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The Look of Love

September 5, 2012 Mary Jane Clark's cake decorator and part-time actress, Piper Donovan, is back solving mysteries and whipping up wedding cakes in her latest case, "The Look of Love" (Avon Books/HarperCollins, 368... more »»

Harmon Killebrew: Ultimate Slugger

August 29, 2012 Before the days of steroids and synthetic strength, the drug of choice for men like Harmon Killebrew was a milkshake and records were set on the merit of natural athletic prowess. more »»

100 Things Lions Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

August 29, 2012 Most Lions fans have attended games at Ford Field, seen highlights of a young Barry Sanders, and lived through the team's improbable run to the NFC Central title in 1991. more »»

Michigan Football

August 21, 2012 CHICAGO — A visually stunning recollection of the University of Michigan’s football legacy, “Michigan Football: A History of the Nation’s Winningest Program” (Triumph Books, September 2012) relives... more »»

Bushville Wins

August 20, 2012 The rip-roaring story of baseball’s most unlikely champions, featuring new interviews with Henry Aaron, Bob Uecker and other members of the Milwaukee Braves, “Bushville Wins!” (Thomas Dunne Books/S. more »»

City of Seven Rivers

August 20, 2012 Myron Hunter is the object of scrutiny and intrigue to those who know of him in Bill Bekkala’s “City of Seven Rivers.” But no one - not even his 12-year-old neighbor Ethan Hurley - truly knows him. more »»


August 20, 2012 Wendy Corsi Staub has a frightening little tale that will make the reader think about sleeping with the lights on with the dog nearby, "Nightwatcher. more »»

Deadly Little Secrets

August 20, 2012 Kathryn Casey has chronicled the case of Baptist minister Matt Baker who was convicted of murdering his wife, Kari, in her book, "Deadly Little Secrets: The Minister, His Mistress, and a Heartless... more »»

Scorpion Winter

August 20, 2012 Andrew Kaplan's former CIA agent, Scorpion, is out to prevent the Cold War from erupting into a full fledged conflagration between Russia and the United States and her NATO allies in his latest work... more »»


August 20, 2012 Former British Secret Service officer Matthew Dunn, who wrote the popular "Spycatcher," has another spycatcher novel for his super agent Will Cochrane, "Sentinel. more »»

Flee From the Past

July 25, 2012 Oconee Spirit Press has published an early little work of bestselling mystery novelist, Carolyn Hart, "Flee From the Past." (Oconee Spirit Press, www.oconeespirit. more »»

Whiplash River

July 25, 2012 Lou Berney immediately earned a seat of honor at the mystery masters’ table with his crackling caper novel, “Gutshot Straight” — a lightning-fast, fiendishly clever suspensor that screamed for a... more »»

Judgment Call

July 25, 2012 Cochise County Sheriff Joanna Brady is back investigating murders in the Arizona desert with J.A. Jance's latest novel, "Judgment Call. more »»

Miss Me When I'm Gone

July 25, 2012 Emily Arsenault, who wrote the acclaimed novel, "In Search of the Rose Notes," has another mystery story, "Miss Me When I'm Gone. more »»

The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time

July 12, 2012 “The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time” (New Chapter Press), written by noted tennis journalist and historian Steve Flink, features profiles and rankings of the greatest matches of all time. more »»


July 12, 2012 Seventy-five years after he came to life, Superman remains one of America’s most adored and enduring heroes. more »»

'Over Time"

July 12, 2012 “Over Time: My Life as a Sportswriter” (Atlantic Monthly Press) is as unconventional and wide-ranging as Frank Deford’s remarkable career, in which he has chronicled the heroes and the characters of... more »»

One Coffee With

July 12, 2012 Margaret Maron, an award-winning mystery novelist and New York Times bestseller, uses her North Carolina background when writing the popular Judge Deborah Knott series. more »»

One Shot at Forever

July 12, 2012 In 1971, a small-town high school baseball team from rural Illinois playing with hand-me-down uniforms and peace signs on their hats defied convention and the odd. more »»

Prague Fatale

July 12, 2012 September 1941: Reinhard Heydrich is hosting a gathering to celebrate his appointment as Reichsprotector of Czechoslovakia. He has chosen his guests with car. more »»



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