Say Italy, and people think beautiful women (ala Sophia Loren), great food, and romance. Oh, and one more thing, mystery. Mysteries by Italian authors, or taking place in Italy, have all the pleasant things one associates with Italy, plus a .
‘China Rich Girlfriend,’ authored by Kevin Kwan, is his second novel, following his bestselling Crazy Rich Asians, where he introduced readers to the moneyed elite of Singapore, China, and Hong Kong. Crazy Rich Asians received critical acclaim, and his second .
Although HBO’s wildly popular “Game of Thrones” TV series (and the original books it is based on) may be a fantasy, it’s no idyllic fairy tale — rather, it’s a world filled with violence,betrayal, political maneuvering, family .
Never been into comics? Don’t worry—I wasn’t, either. I’d always felt there was a barrier between me and comics, like you had to be part of an “in club” to understand them, and there was no .
K-State’s environmental educator is giving schools, teachers and librarians copies of ‘The Autumn Calf,’ an educational children’s book about a tiny bison calf and the tallgrass prairie ecosystem. ‘The Autumn Calf’ is a true story about a newborn .
When I initially picked up Moscow Nights from the library’s “New” section, I had my doubts. I was staring at a fairly long book about a Texas piano player named Van Cliburn. I was concerned it would turn out .
I am an unabashed romance reader. In the midst of a crazy world, romance novels can offer a bit of escape, even reassurance. I love how author Kristan Higgins put it in Publishers Weekly, “Our books affirm faith in humanity .
Former Olympic hopeful and Kansas State track standout Julius Mercer is back in Manhattan this week for a reunion in the track and field program, and he’s taking time to sign his book, “A New Fire In You.” Mercer, .
Julie M. Fenster in “Jefferson’s America” tells us of his many interests, activities, and political situations. He saw himself more as a generalist and a scientific gentleman farmer than a politician and international operator. Fenster shows us all sides .
If ‘The Trees’ is science fiction, it’s earth science fiction. Sometimes the story is compelling, other times it’s just strange, though occasionally in a captivating way. It opens in England on a fall night like any this week. .
Fall is such a great time for discovering new book titles. This season’s abundant offerings for adults present a wonderful assortment of debut authors, as well as a nice array of books from longtime favorites. Here are some of .
“True Believer” gives us a look into the fascinating life of Noel Field, a Swiss-born Quaker turned Communist turned spy turned prisoner turned propagandist. It is a story that is sad and, in a way, infuriating. Though he was, by .
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