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I love a book that teaches you sometimes, especially when that book is fiction. It’s kind of like when you grate zucchini into your spaghetti sauce so you’re kids don’t know they’re eating their vegetables. This book is like a mashup of the History Channel and your favorite forensic-investigation-type series. And it’s brilliant. In this book, Dr. Evan Wilding, a forensic semiotician – someone who …

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In many ways, we all carry the memories and burdens of our ancestors. For Alice and Penn, their history is also tied to mystery and the missing colony at Roanoke.  In this dual-storyline historical, the last days of one of the few survivors of the Roanoke colony and her WWII era descendants come together in sensory-rich struggle to find their place in the world. I …

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I love a book that teaches you sometimes, especially when that book is fiction. It’s kind of like when you grate zucchini into your spaghetti sauce so you’re kids don’t know they’re eating their vegetables. This book is like a …

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Book Reviews

In many ways, we all carry the memories and burdens of our ancestors. For Alice and Penn, their history is also tied to mystery and the missing colony at Roanoke.  In this dual-storyline historical, …

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