New Book Shines Light on Vineyard's Hidden History

In his most recent book, Hidden History of Martha’s Vineyard, Thomas Dresser invites us to explore who we are as a community.

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One Good Dog Deserves Another
Susan Wilson’s new novel, Two Good Dogs, follows more developments in the life of Adam March and his battle-scarred pitbull, Chance, who were first introduced in her bestseller One Good Dog.
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Sisterly Secrets Keep the Action Humming in Debut Novel
Emily Cavanagh’s debut novel, The Bloom Girls, is a soulful tale of sisters struggling to face unique personal challenges after their father’s untimely death.
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Where Land Meets Sea: New Book Retraces Vast Geological Story of Martha's Vineyard
Thanks to a glacier, Martha’s Vineyard was the last piece of ground to be created in all of New England. Thanks to the rising sea, it will be the first to go.
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New Chappaquiddick Book Presses Theory of Third Person
A new book by a Vineyard author tackles an old controversy. Anyone interested in the 1969 Chappaquiddick tragedy will find it compelling reading.
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Romancing the Vineyard, Book by Book
What’s the difference between romance and women’s fiction? Writer Jean Stone hears this question over and over.
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Nancy Drew Fan to D.A. to Prolific Author; Guilty as Charged
Like millions of people around the world, Linda Fairstein grew up reading Nancy Drew novels.
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New Book Celebrates Artists of the Island, One Essay at a Time
On Tuesday evening, weavers and woodworkers, hair stylists and musicians traveled from all corners of the Island to celebrate the launch of Jane Dreeben’s book, The Urge to Create: 50 Vineyard Portraits.
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Through Stages of Grief, Author Gets to Heart of Being a Teenager
Alexandra Coutts’s latest young adult novel Young Widows Club is indeed about a young widow. The main character Tamsen Baird is just 17. This is the West Tisbury author’s fourth book.
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Author Tracks Decline of Fisheries
Three years have passed since the publication of the book, The Mortal Sea, but its impact continues. The 378-page history of the dramatic decline of fish in the western Atlantic took 10 years of investigative work to write.
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