New Chappaquiddick Book Presses Theory of Third Person
Jim Kaplan
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
Mike Kotsopoulos
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
Elizabeth Bennett
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
Louisa McCullough
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
Bill Eville
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
Mark Alan Lovewell
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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Spreading the Love of Food Around
Louisa McCullough

Dan Pashman's book is called Eat More Better, and it spells out the precise ways in which a person can improve his or her eating experience.

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Where's Coop? It's Mike's Time to Shine in Linda Fairstein's Latest Novel
Elizabeth Bennett
Devil’s Bridge is the 17th Alex Cooper thriller by Linda Fairstein. The author explores, with great depth, levels of psychology that help even unfamiliar readers understand why every police officer and City Hall staffer is out to help find Alex Cooper when she goes missing one autumn night.
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Nicole Galland Is Barking Up the Right Tree in Love and Art
Louisa McCullough
Nicole Galland adores her dog Leuco, and she said it was fun to write a book in which she could describe a character’s relationship with her dog. In her new novel Stepdog, the character Sara is utterly devoted to her dog Cody.
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A Communion of Dictators Binds Fascism and the Catholic Church
Alex Floyd
Benito Mussolini is long gone, but the institution that helped bring him and keep him in power may not be, according to a new Pulitzer Prize winning book by historian and Brown University professor David Kertzer.
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