REVIEW: THE HOUSE BY THE LAKE by Thomas Harding

Do not be taken in by tranquil thoughts of a summer house by the lake. Though many hours of pleasure were spent in the cabin, it has seen far more distress and tragedy. Harding recounts the story of five families who lived in the house, including his own ancestors who built it. The house serves as…

Weekly Wrap-up: April 15

In 1561, the good burghers of Germany thought they saw aliens. What the FBI is naming its WiFi hotspots these days. There may not be much good news coming out of Michigan these days, but for National Libraries Week, take a look inside the 150-year old Detroit Public Library. I can’t decide if Horsey McHorseface…

Tales from Arabia

RIVER OF INK by Paul M. M. Cooper An historical fable, full of rich exoticism, this book uses the tradition of epic saga and brilliant storyteller — like Scherazade. Asanka is the royal poet of a kingdom in Sri Lanka. As the book opens his king is awaiting the arrival of an invading army. He…

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