Clara

Clara by Don Lyons was published in December 1985, fourteen months after Yorkville Diaries. My library system acquired an interloan copy from York University. It is hard

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The Last Romantics

The Last Romantics is the fourth novel by Fareh Iqbal. I have read Iqbal’s three prior novels and it is necessary to read all of them

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Im(mortal)

Im(mortal) is the third novel by Fareh Iqbal. It tells the story of Sophie Crawford, a good friend of Franchesca Driftwood whom we met in The Bookkeeper’s

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Mission accomplished

On June 4 I posted a review of the novel Feeling for the Air by Karen E. Black at my blog and also at both the American and Canadian

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Fernweh

Fernweh is Fareh Iqbal’s second novel, following The Bookkeeper’s Daughter. It follows an adventure of Jordan Castlemoore, a library worker who takes a trip to Paris where

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Xenia, Ohio

After the Fort Wayne Nationals Mark and I drove through Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York on the way home. We stayed overnight in Cincinnati, Columbus

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Feeling for the Air

Feeling for the Air by Karen E. Black is the sequel to From the Chrysalis, and the events carry over from book to book with chronological immediacy.

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