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Hilary Daninhirsch, Book Reviewer

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The Vanishing Type

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Ellery Adams’s cozy mystery novel "The Vanishing Type" is a testament to women’s friendship—with sides of murder, romance, coffee, and baked goods. Nora is the owner of Miracle Books in North Carolina, in a town where visitors come... Read More

Book Review

Into the Wind

by Hilary Daninhirsch

"Into the Wind" is a poignant novel about an unexpected, enriching friendship between a young boy and an elderly woman. Rusty lives with his family in a New England coastal town. During the summer before he enters sixth grade, he is in... Read More

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A Ritchie Boy

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Told as a series of interconnected stories, Linda Kass’s captivating, based-in-truth novel "A Ritchie Boy" is about assimilation, hope, and perseverance. When he was fifteen, Eli and his parents escaped war-torn Austria, which had... Read More

Book Review

Tell Me, Signora

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Ann Harleman’s "Tell Me, Signora" is about heartbreaking loss, second chances, and resurrecting and righting the past. Kate, an archaeologist who’s still reeling from the death of her husband, is awarded a three-month fellowship in... Read More

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