Blurring Dreams and Reality: The Inspiration Behind 'The Bookseller'
Guest post by Cynthia Swanson, the author of The Bookseller. In Kitty Miller’s 1962 Denver, life is unconventional but peaceful. Kitty, 38 years old and never married, runs a bookshop with her best friend. Kitty lives life on her own terms: often, she goes out after work for drinks or dinner, or stays up all night reading with her beloved cat Aslan by her side.
June 2015 Staff Picks
The up-side of a long, rainy spring is that we have 18 books for you to add to your reading list! We even have a book recommended by Geraldine Brooks and Stephen King - and Virgie. Enjoy! Don't forget to check-out our Books and Brews event line-up too...
Book review: "The Jaguar's Children," by John Vaillant
Book review: Finding Jake
"Finding Jake," by Bryan Reardon, is one of those novels you’ll have a hard time putting down. It is very reminiscent of the 2012 novel "Defending Jacob," by William Landay. If you enjoyed the novel by Landay, "Finding Jake" is an absolute must. Like "Defending Jacob," "Finding Jake" tells the story of a son suspected of a terrible crime, told through the perspective of his father...