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At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen The three Americans who travel to Scotland to get proof of the Loch Ness monster in 1945 are privileged, snobbish, self-centered, and considered rude by the village and inn they descend upon. The fact that Hank’s fl...

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  Looking for a fun and new way to engage with books, writers, and reading? Look no further than the 11th Annual Tournament of Books sponsored by the Morning News. The Tournament of Books (or ToB to those in the know) is a bracket-type ...

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In Michael Crummey's moving new novel, he describes how a family of Swedes settled on a small island off of Newfoundland more than 200 years ago and christened it Sweetland after their family name. They were hard-working fishermen, and made a living ...

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  Who knew more about love than William Shakespeare? There are so many memorable quotes about love and not enough space to include here. I’ll narrow it down to one from A Midsummer Night’s Dream that applies to every love story.   &...

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Valentine's Day is approaching: a time to celebrate love and lovers. We enjoy a great romantic comedy as much as the next person, but it's often much more fun to watch a film about love gone terribly wrong! Think Gone Girl....   Here...