Tag Archives: Sue Miller

The Arsonist

In The Arsonist, Sue Miller connects real fires set by an unknown pyromaniac to the fires that burn within two women – a mother and her daughter – as they struggle to be true to themselves and find home. ¬†Drawn … Continue reading

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from Ann Beattie’s Imagination – Mrs. Pat Nixon

A frequent contributor to The New Yorker, with her own collection of short stories making the best seller list (see the review below), Ann Beattie has imagined Pat Nixon’s life in a fictionalized version of the former first lady’s life … Continue reading

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First Sentences from New Books Now in Paperback

If you missed them when they first came out, here are three of my favorites now in paperback. ¬†Does the first sentence draw you in? Lloyd shoves off the bedcovers and hurries to the front door in white underwear and … Continue reading

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