2001

Skeleton Crew

By Beverly Connor - Published 2001

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Forensic anthropologist and amateur detective Lindsay Chamberlain joins a crew of archaeologists excavating a long-lost Spanish Galleon off the Georgia coast. Within days ...Read Review

Green Grow The Victims

By Jeanne M. Dams - Published 2001

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Third in the Hilda Johansson mystery series set in South Bend, Indiana in 1902, this story unfolds within the context of a county fair, ...Read Review

Provinces Of Night

By William Gay - Published 2001

Genres:

Literary

You know you’re in the hands of a master by the way he uses his tools: details, vocabulary, verbs. They all add ...Read Review

Swimming Toward The Ocean

By Carole Glickfeld - Published 2001

Genres:

LiterarySaga

This warmhearted family drama opens in Brighton Beach, New York in 1953. Chenia Arnow, a Russian-Jewish immigrant, discovers that she is pregnant with her ...Read Review

The Future Homemakers Of America

By Laurie Graham - Published 2001Published 2002

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In the early 1950s, organizations devoted primarily to the traditional domestic arts flourished in America. No one could have anticipated the radical social ...Read Review

The Diary Of Ellen Rimbauer: My Life At Rose Red

By Joyce Reardon (ed.) - Published 2001Published 2002

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This associational material to the Stephen King miniseries Rose Red is packaged as if it were the edited diary of Ellen Rimbauer, mistress ...Read Review

Murder at the Panionic Games

By Michael B. Edwards - Published 2001

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

A new entry in the ancient historical detective subgenre, Murder at the Panionic Games introduces us to Bias, a minor priest of Prirene ...Read Review

Carnival Of Rainbows

By Barbara Soper - Published 2001

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Barbara Soper’s novel opens with an intriguing premise–the introduction of execution by electrocution juxtaposed with an exhibition celebrating the marvel of ...Read Review

Adiel

By Shlomo DuNour - Published 2001

Genres:

Literary

This novel translated from the Hebrew purports to be a narrative by an angel named Adiel, reassigned from his regular task as a ...Read Review

The Sweet By And By

By Jeanne Mackin - Published 2001

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

The skillful intertwining of two stories of women living 150 years apart takes the reader’s mind through the trickery and unexplained happenings of ...Read Review

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