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Wake Up

by Cindy Wolfe Boynton

Peggy White Russ’s memoir "Wake Up" is a testament to the power of faith and to the belief that a person must hit bottom before he or she can rise. In it, Russ explores the spiritual “unrest” and “discontentment” that seeped... Read More

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The Midwife

by Cindy Wolfe Boynton

Atmospheric from the start, "The Midwife" by Lily Knight opens in an old mining town in the center of the island of Sicily, an area that “even on horseback” is difficult to reach. There, in the late 1800s, the poor are desperate, the... Read More

Book Review

Rape and Killing

by Cindy Wolfe Boynton

Russell A. Mebane’s hope for Rape & Killing: Stories from a Strange Mind is that it will stay in readers’ minds “for all eternity.” He’s come close. This collection of short stories and essays is filled, as the title... Read More

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Into the Lens

by Cindy Wolfe Boynton

Like a carefully crafted snapshot, "Into the Lens" captures a moment—specifically, the one four-hundredth of a second that, when a magical camera lens snaps, transports sisters Gwen and Daisy from a secret room in their father’s... Read More

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