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A compelling expose that follows the story of three women whose lives were profoundly influenced by the male relationships they had in their formative years. Their honesty in revealing these often painful and deeply personal stories shows how their futures were shaped and how they live now. ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Auntie Poldi is back and sassier than ever! In this her second mystery she finds murder among the vines. Filled with beautiful scenery, delicious fare and a run in with the Mafia Poldi delivers once again! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Set in hipster Brooklyn in the late 2000s, Lindsay Bach tries to piece together a fateful night in which one of her friends commits suicide...or does she? This drug- induced, alcohol- infused debut novel moves at such a clip you will not want to put it down!
If you like Marisha Pessl try this author's first novel! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
A timely novel involving themes of our current immigration system and Native American history. The author delves into the complexities of love, loss, marriage and family set against the harsh landscape of the American West. A powerful, eloquent exploration of the way we choose to preserve our past through sight and sound. ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
A bleak expose of a small rural town ravaged by addiction, dark secrets, and the repercussions of the recession. Years after graduating, high school classmates reunite, all trying to escape pieces of their pasts. Months after reading this brutally honest novel, I'm still haunted by its darkness and unfortunate reality. ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Rhyming text accompanies a beautiful yet simple color palette, evoking a feeling of peace and tranquility as the children explore the wonders of a snowy day! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Celebrate the magic of ink and paper in this incredibly intricate black and white gem! A sophisticated picture book for children and adults of all ages! Don’t miss the search and find at the end of book! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Archie is convinced he is a bear even though everyone around him thinks he is a boy. Until one day when he ventures into the forest only to find a bear...who thinks he’s a boy! They end their day together enjoying the things both boys and bears love: warm quilts, warm fires, and honey sandwiches. The perfect bedtime story! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
A prequel to the controversial Million Little Pieces, this book is Frey's love letter to Henry Miller. After selling enough drugs to live in Paris for a year and escape "the creaking machinery of humanity," he spends his time in a drug-induced fog drinking, sleeping around, and writing. At this story's heart is a tragic love story borne from reckless behavior and youthful ambitions. ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz
Nico Walker saw over 200 missions in Iraq as an army medic, came home with severe PTSD, became addicted to heroin and then started robbing banks. In a voice reminiscent of Holden Caulfield, Walker recounts his story as fiction with beautiful simplistic raw emotion, tinged with dark humor. The creation of this book was as fascinating as the novel itself! ~ Reviewed by Whitney Kaaz