Circe by Madeline Miller

I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I finished Madeline Miller's first book, The Song of Achilles. That book tore something in my heart and for days afterwards I carried it around the house as one would a beloved stuffed animal. When I learned that she had a new book I... Continue Reading →

Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy

This morning I wrote a long blog post about how much I loved reading this book.  I waxed poetically about my love for Drag Queens, my need for better self confidence in a bathing suit and how all around impressed I was with the main character Willowdean.  I posted it. Then I worried about my... Continue Reading →

The Lady Cop Makes Trouble by Amy Stewart

This delightful second Kopp sisters novel gives us another peek into the historically rooted adventures of Constance, Norma and Fluerette Kopp.  In Girl Waits With a Gun, the women took their first steps outside of their country home and into the adventure, and danger, of a changing world.  Now, in The Lady Cop Makes Trouble, the women... Continue Reading →

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