How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

There are times when you read a book and simply know it should be a movie. This was my overwhelming feelings while reading Richard Roper’s “How Not to Die Alone”, a quirky debut novel that is both bitter sweet and darkly funny. The book’s protagonist Andrew works in the death department of an English council... Continue Reading →

The Secret History by Donna Tartt (1992)

What do New England and Dionysus (the Greek God of fertility and wine) have in common? A secret history of course! And possibly a fondness for chowder, though I have never had the opportunity to find out for sure. Before winning the 2014 Pulitzer Prize, Donna Tartt was known for being the mastermind behind The... Continue Reading →

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