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In this episode, Stephanie Hall recommends romance fiction. Do you prefer stories about bossy boys, professional athletes, billionaires or just regular folks finding love?
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Jeremy Grady was not supposed to be in the restricted research area at MIT, but he needed the equipment for his own research, and just as the data was coming together Jeremy was killed.
Ursula K. Le Guin has been publishing boundary-breaking fiction for more than 40 years. Her work challenges our thinking on race, gender, culture, and society–and transports us to new worlds and adventures.
When a certain theme in a book makes your eyes light up with joy, there’s nothing better than to follow that theme to another book that will expand upon that same concept. One way of doing this is to take the idea of “six degrees of separation” and apply it to books by noting the connections […]
A teenage girl is murdered in Washington D.C. but this is no ordinary case because she was the daughter of an important judge who is considered to be the next Supreme Court judge. The killing makes national news and puts newspaper reporter Sully Carter on the case.