Stories By Elinor Teele
Book Review: Cleopatra: A Biography by Duane W. RollerJuly 16, 2020
Pity Duane W. Roller, author of Cleopatra: A Biography. I can just imagine the initial conversation...
Book Review: Wild Romance: A Victorian Story of a Marriage, a Trial, and a Self-Made Woman by Chloë SchamaJuly 13, 2020
A secret affair. A scandalous sex-filled trial. A tell-all novel. If it’s any consolation to Tiger...
Book Review: Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom: The True History of Shakespeare and Elizabeth by Charles BeauclerkJuly 10, 2020
I would have thought Shakespeare in Love might have advanced our understanding of the authorship debate,...
Book Review: The American Girl by Monika FagerholmJuly 1, 2020
It's a radioactive fairy tale, with adults known only by nicknames (the Black Sheep, the baroness)...
The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth KostovaJune 22, 2020
Oliver won’t socialize. He won’t even speak. He simply spends his days wrapped in his obsession,...
Last Night in Twisted River by John IrvingJune 21, 2020
For Last Night in Twisted River is the work of a seasoned tale-teller, a writer who...
The Imperial Cruise: A Secret History of Empire and War by James BradleyJune 18, 2020
James Bradley doesn't like Theodore Roosevelt. Let's get that clear from the get-go. Nor does he...
Nicole Atkins: Femme NoirJune 13, 2020
She’s been called the female Roy Orbison, a psychedelic metalhead who grew up listening to Elvis...
Game Six: Cincinnati, Boston, and the 1975 World Series by Mark FrostJune 13, 2020
Baseball’s World Series. 1975. The Cincinnati Reds, manager Sparky Anderson’s Big Red Machine, are up 3...
The Bigness of the World by Lori OstlundJune 11, 2020
The Bigness of the World, Ostlund's first collection of short stories, was good enough for the...
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