Book Club

Deep in the heart of Minnesota's north woods, a remarkable young woman by the name of Anna Jenkins flees from an obscure treatment center with a dark, foreboding secret. Institutionalized there, for most of her young life, Anna and the three other escapees, possess an extraordinary intellect with...

This book will take you from zero to sixty in the first paragraph of chapter one.

The intensity of the pain, the helpness and hopeness of an abused child is effectively communicated throughout these pages. It will move you, touch you, and hopefully motivate you to take some action as you b...

Existe una fiebre del running (es sano, barato y solidario), hasta el punto de que para muchas personas se ha convertido en una nueva adicción. Además, cada vez son más las mujeres que lo practican (muchas de ellas famosas) y cada vez mayor el número de publicaciones que dedican sus espacios a ha...

"The KKK weren't never about race. It were always about power and greed." So begins 86-year-old Hadley Thompson, who insists a rural historian research why two people were murdered. At first, Hubbell has little interest in the matter. Not only did the murders take place in 1924, there never was a...

September 1953. Dancer Stonemason is three days away from his major league debut with the St. Louis Cardinals. With his wife and son cheering him on, he pitches the greatest game of his life. And then he loses everything. Told against the backdrop of America’s postwar challenges from Little Rock ...