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Sweet, gentle fiction runs on just a tad too long

Major Ernest Pettigrew (retired) has a problem. The 68-year-old very proper British widower has a crush on Mrs. Jasmina Ali, the Pakistani widow shopkeeper from his village of Edgecombe St. Mary.

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Jewish grandmother provides inspiration for great stories

Bestselling author Ilene Beckerman (“Love, Loss and What I Wore,” “What We Do for Love,” and “Makeovers at the Beauty Counter of Happiness”) has written a touching tribute to her Jewish grandmother.

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Dresden File Series - Read them in order

I tried to read Jim Butcher’s latest Dresden Files release, “Ghost Story,” before I read any of the series. Big mistake. I was totally lost.

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‘The Tempest’ sets new gold standard at DTC

The opening scene of the Dallas Theater Center’s current production of “The Tempest” evokes the popular TV series “Lost.” DTC’s artistic director Kevin Moriarty uses a modern-day plane crash instead of a 17th century shipwreck to jump start the action, forcing the audience immediately into the heart of the plot.

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Brilliant debut novel garners critical acclaim and serves as a catalyst for soul-searching

Former New York Times reporter Amy Waldman tackled a touchy subject and has written what might be one of the best debut novels of the year.

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