Posts Tagged ‘ Boston ’

A Love Vertigo

November 14, 2014
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Ruby Lambert is the eldest daughter in the eccentric Lambert family of Hingham, Massachusetts. Angus Aleshire is a charming, smart and athletic boy who the Lamberts try to help, and who shares Ruby’s unconventional bent and love of the piano. And, in Amanda Holmes‘s novel “I Know Where I Am When I’m Falling” Ruby and Angus fall in love. But Angus has a dark side. His boyish charms start to wear thin, costing him family…

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Sarah, The Walking Disaster

May 11, 2014
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Sarah Cohen means well, but the ex-diver’s hasty decisions wreak havoc on her life in Boston. Good thing Emerson is a phone call away in Syracuse, with a metaphorical mop to clean up the mess. Their long-distance friendship can be excruciating for him, though. Years after their brief college romance, he’s still in love with her. When everything goes wrong, Sarah takes another plunge: back to the scene of her last mistake, to start fresh.…

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Pretty, Popular and Insanely Rich. Until…

October 15, 2013
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In Boston, Popsy Power is pretty, popular and insanely rich. Her husband adores her, and her two daughters are busy producing babies and romping up the corporate ladder like good little Wellesley Wives. However, in Suzy Duffy‘s novel “Wellesley Wives,” what Popsy doesn’t know is that her husband and worldly wealth will soon be gone. And as for her daughters? Well, Lily’s romping is not restricted to the boardroom, and Rosie finds her pilot/husband flying…

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A Body in The Basement – Of Course He’s the Suspect

May 10, 2013
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When private financial investigator Seamus McCree returns to Cincinnati after a routine business trip, he discovers that his home has become a crime scene. A brutal murder has occurred in his basement. The victim, an acquaintance from a previous corporate investigation, has endured bullets to both of his ankles, knees and elbows before the final shot to his forehead that put him out of his misery. But no one has seen an “IRA six pack”…

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Prof. Henry Fell’s “Coming of Middle Age” Story

February 28, 2013
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Oxford fellow and John Milton expert Professor Henry Fell suffers from panic attacks and a gnawing fear that what he doubtfully refers to as his existence is much more out of his control than he realizes… In Ryan Asmussen‘s debut novel “The Englishman and the Butterfly” Professor Fell has just arrived in Boston on an academic fellowship, when he meets a variety of people who, in one way or another, expose him to true love,…

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