madame librarian's Blog
If your book group is like mine, food is a big part of every meeting. There are some wonderful cooks in my group, so when it's my turn to host I turn to these cookbooks. What's your favorite cookbook?
The cat who — cookbook by Julie Murphy & Sally Stempinski
Best Novel: Bury Your Dead by Louise Penny
Best First Novel: The Long Quiche Goodbye by Avery Aames
Best Non-fiction: Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks: 50 Years of Mysteries in the Making by John Curran
Best Short Story: “So Much in Common,” by Mary Jane Maffini, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine — Sept./Oct. 2010
Best Children’s/Young Adult: The Other Side of Dark by Sarah Smith
Ms. Harris is brought to you courtesy of Michigan Theater and Nicola's Books.
Jeannie out of the bottle by Barbara Eden with Wendy Leigh
Eugene Robinson will receive an Honorary Degree from the University of Michigan at Saturday's graduation ceremony.
(Photo: University of Michigan Library)
(Photo credit: PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images/elibrary)
The International Thriller Writers (ITW) has announced the nominees for its 2011 Thriller Awards. Winners will be announced during ThrillerFest VI, to be held at New York City’s Grand Hyatt Hotel from July 6 to 9. For a complete list of the nominations go to ITW's website.
Best Hardcover Novel
The reversal: a novel by Michael Connelly
Edge: a novel by Jeffery Deaver
Gloryland is the fictional memoir of a buffalo soldier — a black U.S. cavalryman and the son of slaves — who finds true freedom when he is posted to patrol the newly created Yosemite National Park in 1903.