A studio collaboration between Texas legend Willie Nelson and Asleep at the Wheel was delayed some 30 years, but the wait was certainly worth it, and the happy music couldn't have come at a better time.
When Sarah Lucas’ beloved husband, Charles, dies after an accident in the woods near their home in rural Vermont, the 75-year-old woman’s life is turned completely inside out.
In “Every Last Cuckoo,” her first novel for Algonquin Books, author Kate Maloy tells Sarah’s story. It’s a brilliant, well-written novel, and I was sad when I turned the last page. Sarah is the kind of woman I want to be.
There's a new hunk in town and the Dallas Opera has him. His name is James Valenti and he's making his Lone Star debut in the current production of Puccini's La bohème, but he's not new to the role. The young tenor made his professional debut in 2003 at age 25 as Rodolfo in Rome and has sung the part at La Scalla, the New York City Opera, and with companies in Japan and Miami.
Gossip of the Starlings - By Nina de Gramont
$22.95. 276 pp. Fiction. Hardback.
One out of five stars
Rich prep school students. Bored. Self-absorbed. Distant parents. Vacation homes. Horse shows. Designer labels. Sex. Alcohol. Drugs. Serious emotional issues. Tragedy.
Lady Killer - By Lisa Scottoline
$7.99. 413 pp. Fiction. Paperback.
Three out of five stars
Attorney-turned-author Lisa Scottoline brings back some of her most popular characters in “Lady Killer.”