Archive of: Book Reviews

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"French Comfort Food" the Latest Cookbook by Hillary Davis September 2014

"French Comfort Food" the Latest Cookbook by Hillary Davis

Monadnock area resident Hillary Davis has collected the best French comfort food recipes in her latest book. Get a taste with the recipe for Spirals au Pistou.

Grandma Gatewood's Walk August 2014

Grandma Gatewood's Walk

The story of how Emma Gatewood, mother of 11 and grandmother of 23, hiked the 2,050-mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine three times.

"After Her" by Joyce Maynard July 2014

"After Her" by Joyce Maynard

It's a riveting tale of murder and the mundane

The Centrist Manifesto June 2014

The Centrist Manifesto

The Centrist Manifesto, by Charles Wheelan, is a public policy expert's call to action.

A Review of Strange Sweet Song by Adi Rule May 2014

A Review of Strange Sweet Song by Adi Rule

Its literary genre is "young adult," but older adults will be enchanted by this magical tale too.

The Organic Year by Photographer Karrah Kwasnik April 2014

The Organic Year by Photographer Karrah Kwasnik

A local photographer’s unique book follows a family’s relationship with the land on Tuckaway and Sheltering Rock Farm in Lee.

Grandmother’s Guest: The Blue Lady of Wilton April 2014

Grandmother’s Guest: The Blue Lady of Wilton

A grandmother uses storytelling to explain the unexplainable to her granddaughter.

The Poetry of Daniel Thomas Moran March 2014

The Poetry of Daniel Thomas Moran

Daniel Thomas Moran elevates the ordinary in his collection of poetry "A Shed for Wood."

Great Cake Decorating by Erin Gardner February 2014

Great Cake Decorating by Erin Gardner

Sweet Genius. That's what the food network named her — Now Erin Gardner has taken another step into sweet stardom.

The Baby Boom: How it Got That Way (And It Wasn't My Fault) (And I'll Never Do It Again) by P.J. O'Rourke January 2014

The Baby Boom: How it Got That Way (And It Wasn't My Fault) (And I'll Never Do It Again) by P.J. O'Rourke

Along with being his longest title ever, it's also O'Rourke's first all-new, previously unpublished work in more than half a decade.