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The Great Believers

Posted by jlasky on 12/31/18

 Based in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood in 1985, Chicago author Rebecca Makkai tells a heartbreaking story about the AIDS epidemic. Working with a paired storyline thirty years later in France, Fiona, a woman in grief has been an intimate witness to the losses...
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The Ruin

Posted by Alisa S on 12/26/18

It is always a pleasure to discover a new mystery series that is not only well plotted but features engaging characters, and
The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan, while only first in a planned series, holds much promise. This debut, set in both gritty Galway and the more bucolic...
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Sister Pie

Posted by Lucy S on 12/20/18

Entrepreneur, author and independent shopkeeper Lisa Ludwinski is making a difference at Sister Pie Bakery located within Detroit, a city that has been buffeted with financial and community woes. Her business model is worthy of admiration. She follows a triple-bottom-line business ethic of working to support her employees, the environment and the economy...

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