Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a compendium of phobias, essays on music and culture and a book of insights about trees.
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Did it seem like all the books this year were about Trump? Take a trip to the bookstore, and you’ll find a whole other world.
Author Gregory Hill’s novel “Sister Liberty” explores the bargain of belonging amid the strange and staid, 19th-century fictional town of Solemn, Indiana.
From hatching ideas to typing a novel on calculator tape, “Sister Liberty” author Gregory Hill reveals his quirks — maybe with tongue in cheek.
These wide-ranging recommendations from staff at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs point us toward an outsider’s view of America, the history of the clothes we wear and a clever mystery.
If you love science fiction and fantasy, these three selections from Old Firehouse Books will check all the boxes — “Legends & Lattes,” “This Is How You Lose the Time War” and “Even Though I Knew the End.”
In “Striking Range,” the seventh Mattie Cobb mystery, author Margaret Mizushima launches a cold-case investigation that hits close to home for her protagonist.
In “Striking Range,” author Margaret Mizushima continues to weave the thread of Deputy Mattie Cobb’s past into her narrative. Babies, and puppies, were her agent’s idea.