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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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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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Snowman – The feel-good book of the year - Plow horse jumps from kill truck to show ring

In late 1958, a plow horse ridden by a Dutch immigrant took the triple crown at the National Horse Show in Madison Square Gardens.

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Getting to know a detective with no name

Bill Pronzini has earned a living writing mysteries for a long time, publishing his first novel, “The Stalker,” over 40 years ago. In addition to stand-alone crime stories, Pronzini has carved out a niche for himself by creating the Nameless Detective series.

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