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Premium Content It's "Personal" in Lee Child's latest thriller

 September 18, 2014; Updated: 2:16 pm

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Premium Content Groton Public Library hosts author Susan Elderkin

 September 18, 2014; Updated: 1:57 pm

British authors Susan Elderkin and Ella Berthoud have a refreshing and new theory on feeling better and it’s called bibliotherapy.


Premium Content Griswold Point - so much history in one small place

 September 14, 2014; Updated: 11:46 am

Wick Griswold has just published a book titled "Griswold Point: History From the Mouth of the Connecticut River," but as much as it is about place, the book is about the many famous, infamous, and fascinating people in the Griswold...


Review: ‘Bad Feminist’ essays are sharp, funny

 September 14, 2014; Updated: 2:49 pm

Roxane Gay may call herself a bad feminist - she cops to loving pink and dancing to misogynist music - but she is a badass writer.In her new collection of essays, "Bad Feminist," Gay argues that she needn't fit a mythologized image of a...


Books for children - Sept. 14

 September 14, 2014; Updated: 3:46 pm

"The Endurance: Shackleton's Perilous Expedition in Antarctica" by Meredith Hooper, illustrated by M. P. Robertson, Abbeville Kids, 28 pages


Richards on new book, Stones tour, solo music

 September 11, 2014; Updated: 5:58 pm

There's one person who knew Keith Richards would become Keith Richards: his grandfather.


Premium Content Meet local authors at Mystic & Noank expo

 September 11, 2014; Updated: 12:13 pm

If you can read, you've probably figured out we live in a region blessed with an expansive batch of fine writers.In that spirit, the Second Annual Friends of the Mystic & Noank Library Local Authors Expo takes place Saturday...


Premium Content Author Jeffrey Eugenides reads in Stonington

 September 11, 2014; Updated: 12:37 pm

I've often thought ancient Greek culture ultimately failed because no one could pronounce anyone else's name: Euripides, Aeschylus, Pisistrates ... no "Allen" or "Jimmy" to be found.I'd hoped we were finished with such things, but...


Premium Content Authors do lunch at Bank Square Books

 September 8, 2014; Updated: 7:00 pm

Novelists Laird Hunt and Matthew Thomas will be at an authors luncheon at Bank Square Books from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.


Premium Content Beethoven biography is fit for a legend

 September 7, 2014; Updated: 3:24 pm

It’s almost impossible to see Beethoven with fresh eyes. His music surrounds us, whether you know it or not, and those who can’t recognize a note of it surely recognize the archetype he inspired.


Books for children - Sept. 7

 September 7, 2014; Updated: 2:41 pm

BOOKS TO BORROW"Amos & Boris" by William Steig, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 28 pages


Premium Content Benn and Boyle are back on the case

 September 6, 2014; Updated: 6:08 pm

Over the course of several books set in Europe during World War II, Hadlyme novelist James R. Benn has created a much-loved and indelible character named Billy Boyle.


Premium Content R.J. Julia hosts author Emily Arsenault

 September 4, 2014; Updated: 12:26 pm

Separately or together, siblings Kate and Jeff Battle might be thought of as underachievers. Still, things are looking up when Kate, struggling to finish her PhD dissertation, agrees to dog-sit for Jeff's new girlfriend, Kim. But when Kim...


Author’s ode to crosswords is right on the mark

 August 31, 2014; Updated: 4:59 pm

If you love solving crosswords, you know how it feels to be in the fraternity. There's the rush of matching wits with a mysterious puzzle-maker, the thrill of nailing an elusive answer and the satisfaction of filling in the final...


Books for children - Aug. 31

 August 31, 2014; Updated: 6:33 pm



Dunham, Poehler, Harris among those with books this fall

 August 26, 2014; Updated: 3:48 pm

So many memoirs are coming out this fall, written in so many ways.


Book offers insightful look at digital-age clutter

 August 24, 2014; Updated: 11:43 am

I fall asleep to the glow of Netflix and, when I awake, begin the digital litany of my day: the relentless email and news, the Facebook and Twitter feeds, the blogs and mindless videos, and on and on. I remember somewhat vaguely when I...


Books for children - Aug. 24

 August 24, 2014; Updated: 12:55 pm

BOOKS TO BORROW"The Name Jar" by Yangsook Choi, Alfred A. Knopf, 32 pages


Premium Content Stephen Baker's author luncheon at Bank Square Books

 August 21, 2014; Updated: 2:10 pm

It's a fun time to be a science fiction writer since Techno Geniuses come up with crazy new stuff every day for you to play with, plot-wise. You don't have to be Jules Verne.Still, Stephen Baker has taken a somewhat familiar concept...


Wilder memoir to give gritty view of prairie life

 August 19, 2014; Updated: 5:30 pm

Laura Ingalls Wilder penned one of the most beloved children's series of the 20th century, but her forthcoming autobiography will show devoted "Little House on the Prairie" fans a more realistic, grittier view of frontier living.


Premium Content A 'Tempting' book event in Old Lyme

 August 18, 2014; Updated: 12:35 pm

Jane Green of Westport wrote her 14th novel, "Family Pictures," cozying up to the fireplace at the Bee & Thistle Inn in Old Lyme last winter.


Haruki Murakami’s new novel journeys to the past

 August 17, 2014; Updated: 7:44 pm

Haruki Murakami's new novel is yet another risky reunion with the past.


Books for children - Aug. 17

 August 17, 2014; Updated: 3:49 pm



Premium Content Wally Lamb reads in Mystic

 August 14, 2014; Updated: 3:41 pm

Part of the fun of attending any Wally Lamb reading is pretty obvious. You're up close and personal with a genuinely great American literary force. It's like watching David Hockney paint or Pedro Martinez strike out 17 Yankees.But another...


Books for children - Aug. 10

 August 10, 2014; Updated: 4:39 pm

BOOKS TO BORROW"Diary of a Fly"by Doreen Cronin, illustrated by Harry Bliss, HarperCollins, 36 pages


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