Women of the Channel

 
 

I loved Kristin Hannah's The Nightingale. She has captured a particular slice of French life during World War II with wonderful details and drama...

 
 

Star-crossed lovers are separated during WWII in Richman's heart-wrenching fourth novel. Josef and Lenka meet as students in Prague in 1936 and...

 
 

The Blue Hour sits firmly in the mode of existential crisis pioneered by Paul Bowles’The Sheltering Sky. With the added value of Kennedy’s far...

 
 

When I finished this novel, I didn’t want to review it: I wanted to reread it. . . . an affair to remember.

 
 

No one who reads this book will ever doubt that Sandberg herself has the will to lead, not to mention the requisite commitment, intelligence and...

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