This funny, irreverent, and sometimes profane debut novel is told through the eyes of Majella O’Neill, a young woman who lives with her alcoholic mother in a small border town in Northern Ireland and works in the local chip shop
When the forest’s best chef’s recipe book goes missing, he is on the case, but how he handles the culprit will warm your heart.
A fascinating exploration of New England’s culinary myths (and truths!) shows how the lore behind them grew.
Without question, this is the finest single volume book on American golf produced today.
Even if you’re a cat person, by the time you’re done browsing through this beautiful book, you’ll be a dog person, too.
The Penguin Book of Christmas Stories: From Hans Christian Andersen to Angela Carter edited by Jessica HarrisonPublished Dec. 24, 2020 12:01 a.m.
There are so many things I love about Christmas!
If you had a cup of coffee or tea this morning, one of the billions enjoyed worldwide every day, you might appreciate this audiobook about the most consumed drug in the world
Poignant and unique! Tim Probert has created a gorgeous world I want to enter and never leave. He’s also a brilliant writer.
Open Studio: Do-It-Yourself Art Projects by Contemporary Artists by Sharon Coplan Hurowitz, Amanda Benchley, and Casey KelbaughPublished Dec. 10, 2020 12:01 a.m.
Fine art and DIY might not seem like they can co-exist easily, but this book showcases the fascinating intersection between the two.
Like its subject, this biography is expansive and entertaining, and rests on a solid body of research and experience.
Two time-traveling secret agents are on opposite sides of a war that spans millennium.
“The fight is won before you get in the ring”—words of wisdom abounded as I learned what it took for Ali to become a great athlete and sports hero.
In this different sort of tell-all, David Chang describes his struggles with mental health in parallel with his journey as chef, restaurateur, friend, and family man.
Black Widow: A Sad-Funny Journey Through Grief for People who Normally Avoid Books with Words Like ‘Journey’ in the Title by Leslie Gray StreeterPublished Nov. 26, 2020 12:01 a.m.
It’s hard to imagine that a book about becoming a young widow could be hilarious, but it is that, plus poignant, sad, and wonderful.