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The Terroir of Whiskey

by Jeff Fleischer

Wine enthusiasts know the importance of terroir: environmental factors, and how grapes are grown, impact the flavor of the beverage. In "The Terroir of Whiskey", Rob Arnold—a whiskey distiller with a PhD in plant genetics—explores... Read More

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The Arctic Fury

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In 1854, Virginia Reeve stands in front of a Boston court, accused of the kidnapping and murder of wealthy socialite, Caprice Collins. Reeve, the leader of an all women’s expedition to the Arctic, juggles what to withhold and what to... Read More

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A Certain Hunger

by Claire Foster

In a culture that fetishizes male power, the heroine of "A Certain Hunger" is a rapacious, bloodthirsty monster—a perversion of every male fear. Dorothy is a food critic. She has exquisite taste and she hungers for new sensations. So... Read More

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As If Death Summoned

by Aimee Jodoin

Alan Rose’s literary novel "As If Death Summoned" is about grief and community in the time of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The book’s unnamed narrator has returned to the US from Australia, where he spent a decade with his partner, Gray,... Read More

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