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Crossing Shattuck Bridge

by Marjory Raymer

In actual fact she had never met the man meant only for her. If he came along, she didn’t see him because Hawley Rains had flashed across her life like Halley’s Comet and left the sky dark for fifty-one years. ‘Now that,’ she... Read More

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Reporter at Large

by Marjory Raymer

Watching the local Indians dressed in J.C. Penney cowboy clothes as they comfortably sat alongside the white ranchers at saloons and craps tables, Liebling didn’t expect to find controversy brewing on the shores of Pyramid Lake just... Read More

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I Love Lucy

by Marjory Raymer

“Lucy has been part of all our lives,” Watson writes in the introduction to this snapshot of the good ol’ days when baby boomers were young and so was television. Now readers can experience it all over again. “The Classic... Read More

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Postal

by Marjory Raymer

Ever wonder what lunatic thoughts roam the minds of homegrown terrorists such as the Oklahoma City bombers or the Unibomber? Lowe with the help of Muller lets listeners eavesdrop with this eerily detailed, fictional account of one postal... Read More

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Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald

by Marjory Raymer

As best friends and best rivals, conflict defined this epic friendship. Donaldson records their relationship with timeline precision, acute insight and flowing excerpts from the men’s personal and public writings. The detail sparks... Read More

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Wooden Churches

by Marjory Raymer

“It will have a cross on it somewhere, and then there can be no doubt, no discussion, that this is and always will be the House of the Living God. Say Amen, somebody.” So writes Rick Bragg in his introduction to Wooden Churches. This... Read More

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Appel is Forever

by Marjory Raymer

The holocaust did not end for Whiteley when Russian troops marched into Bergen-Belsen, saving what was left of her family from the daily nightmare of her childhood in the concentration camp. In Appel is Forever, Whiteley gives readers a... Read More

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