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From Goodreads ~ A year ago, Evan and Sarah shared one incredible night. Then Evan's music - the thing that brought them together - suddenly tore them apart.Since then, Evan's not been able to forget about her. And try as she might, Sarah can't seem...

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: •Grab your current read •Open to a random page •Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that...

Public libraries are an amazing resource where you can access books, music, movies, and even e-books without having to pay. However, there’s a criminal somewhere in Pennsylvania who isn’t checking books out from local libraries: he or she...

From Goodreads ~ A father returns home to find that his family has been kidnapped and the only way to save their lives is for him to kill another innocent person.So begins a journey that will force Special Agent Marcus Williams of the Shepherd Organi...

Ryan Mungia's Protect Yourself: Venereal Disease Posters of World War II uncovers many obscure propaganda posters that were, once upon a time, just as popular as the iconic "We Can Do It!" woman. Read the rest...

Tom Wills

By Michael Gorey on Aug 18, 2014 in: Books, cricket, history, sport

Greg de Moore’s book on Tom Wills: His Spectacular Rise and Tragic Fall, is a ripping yarn with lessons from a bygone era for sporting heroes of today. Thomas Wentworth Wills (1835 – 1880) is described in the book’s subtitle......

New evidence from an analysis of Richard III's bones suggest that he lived like a king -- a wealthy one.