Poker player and Southern essayist narrates some of her funny essays about her life in NY and in the south.
Random House Audio
At the top of her game, Ruth Reichl had to balance family, marriage and the re-imagining of an iconic magazine.
Frances Maye’s strikes out from Tuscany to explore many of the most beautiful and delicious places in Italy.
“New Age,” Self-Help, traditional, meditation: you name it, she’s probably tried it.
Snowed in with a murderer Flavia needs to figure out who it is.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review, Book Review Fiction, British Fiction, historic elements, Mystery & Detective • Tags: Alan Bradley, Amateur Sleuth, Child Character, Cozy Mystery, Fiction General, Mystery & Detective, Thrillers; Historical
The 10th book in the Flavia de Luce series takes the brilliant young scientist to a wedding and for a ride on the London Necropolis Railway.