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100 Things Michigan State Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

November 13, 2013 Spartan backers, especially those with U.P. ties, won’t be disappointed with “100 Things Michigan State Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die” (Triumph). more »»

Cut to the Bone

October 21, 2013 Jefferson Bass, a collaboration of Dr. Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson, have written a prelude to their bestselling "Body Farm" series, "Cut to the Bon. more »»

"Go Blue!"

October 20, 2013 IRON MOUNTAIN — St. Ignace’s Barry Pierson, one of the stars from probably the greatest game in University of Michigan history, links emotion to football success. more »»

Go Blue

October 15, 2013 Some of the greatest untold stories from Michigan’s football program are shared in “Go Blue!” (Triumph), a book based on intimate interviews with former players and coaches. more »»

Dorothy L. Sayers: The Complete Stories

October 10, 2013 In time for Halloween, mystery readers are in for a great treat. Bourbon Street Books has released "The Complete Stories" of Dorothy Leigh Sayers. more »»

Backlash

October 10, 2013 The creator of Jane Tennison from the much acclaimed "Prime Suspect" series, Lynda La Plante has written her eighth novel featuring Detective Chief Inspector Anna Travis, "Backlas. more »»

Human Remains

September 19, 2013 Elizabeth Haynes, a police intelligence analyst in England, has written a story which is so creepy that the reader may not be able to put it dow. more »»

After The Fire

September 19, 2013 J.A. Jance, the author of numerous mysteries including the J.P. Beaumont and Sheriff Joanna Brady series, has written a memoir, "After the Fir. more »»

The United States of Paranoia

August 29, 2013 Conspiracy theories are as American as apple pie according to Jesse Walker, books editor for "Reason" magazine as he unfolds his analysis of the American preoccupation with plots and subplots in his... more »»

Lineup

August 29, 2013 Liad Shoham, lawyer and novelist, has been called the "John Grisham" of Israel and readers will delight in the American debut of his crime novel, "Lineup. more »»

Second Watch

August 29, 2013 With “Second Watch” (William Morrow), New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance delivers another thought-provoking novel of suspense starring Seattle investigator J. P. Beaumont. more »»

A Question of Honor

August 29, 2013 The mother-and-son writing team known as Charles Todd have their fifth Bess Crawford mystery, "A Question of Honor. more »»

Aunty Lee's Delights

August 29, 2013 Culinary mystery lovers will enjoy a trip to the Orient with Ovidia Yu's "Aunty Lee's Delights," the debut of Singaporean chef/sleuth Aunty Lee who finds that "nothing makes her happier than a... more »»

Is 'Sock' Johnson worthy of the U.P. Hall of Fame?

August 17, 2013 IRON MOUNTAIN — Vernon Johnson, who could swing a baseball bat with the best of them, has been nominated for the U.P. Sports Hall of Fame. more »»

Color Blind

August 8, 2013 During the Great Depression, in drought stricken Bismarck, North Dakota, one of the most improbable teams in the history of baseball was assembled by one of the sport’s most unlikely champions. more »»

Closer

August 8, 2013 The closer is the ace reliever who specializes in closing out the game without surrendering the lead. Facing a power hitter in the ninth inning with a man on base and no outs takes nerves of steel. more »»

The Bird

August 8, 2013 “The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych” (Thomas Dunne Books) is the first biography of the eccentric pitcher, rookie All-Star starter, 70s pop icon, and first athlete on the cover of Rolling... more »»

Outside Shot

August 8, 2013 The Cardinals of Scott County High School were beloved once — and with good reason. more »»

Animal

August 8, 2013 A stand-out character in an entertainment industry where persona is everything, George “The Animal” Steele shares how he balanced his real life as Jim Myers, a highly respected high school teacher... more »»

The Last Romantic War

August 8, 2013 There are few voices alive today that can tell their story of World War II. Iron Mountain native Anthony Gianunzio is one of them. more »»

 
 

 

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