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American Tapestry

by Eileen Gonzalez

"American Tapestry" mines family stories for an informative, down-to-earth trek through America’s past. Pat Speth Sherman explores two centuries of American history through the eyes of her ancestors in her generational biography... Read More

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The Ghost Dancers

by Eileen Gonzalez

Written thirty years ago and now published posthumously, Adrian C. Louis’s novel "The Ghost Dancers" is about the violence that enables a father-son reunion. The Wilson family descends from a powerful medicine man, but the glory of the... Read More

Book Review

The Isolation Artist

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Isolation Artist", Bob Keyes explores the tumultuous life and death of an influential artist. Robert Indiana is best remembered for his rendering of the word “LOVE” in bold type, the first two letters atop the last two, the... Read More

Book Review

Life Sciences

by Eileen Gonzalez

A young woman struggles with an inexplicable malady and the weight of her family history in Joy Sorman’s novel "Life Sciences". Ninon has always known about the family curse: every eldest daughter will at some point be stricken by a... Read More

Book Review

Kaya Days

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Carl de Souza’s novel "Kaya Days", a simple errand leads a teenager into a days-long odyssey. Santee leaves her house one afternoon to bring her brother, Ram, home from school, only to be told he is missing. Her search puts her in... Read More

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