Vineyard Bookshelf: Every Day Is Extra
Steve Donoghue
Enter John Kerry’s recent memoir, Every Day Is Extra, a decidedly heartfelt book.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Plumbelly
Steve Donoghue
Plumbelly, about a 28-foot sloop and the dynamics of its sailors, is Gary Maynard's debut novel.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Dear Jack: A Love Letter
Steve Donoghue

“By the water we all feel at home,” writes Barbara Bates Conroy in her intensely moving book Dear Jack: A Love Letter.

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Vineyard Bookshelf: Martha's Vineyard Tales
Steve Donoghue
Naturally, a good many Vineyard tales verge on the odd.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Whaling on Martha's Vineyard
Steve Donoghue
It’s a testament to Tom Dresser’s storytelling gifts that a subject as big as whaling on the Vineyard can be told so well in only 150 pages.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: The Omega Principle
Steve Donoghue
In The Omega Principle Paul Greenberg explores so-called omega-3 fatty acids extracted from humble sea stock like Chesapeake menhaden.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: This Bright Beauty
Emily Cavanagh's new book, This Bright Beauty, once again concentrates on sisterhood.
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Front Row Seat to the Natural World
Steve Donoghue
The hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit Martha’s Vineyard every year might think first of the crowded town centers, the busy summertime shops and restaurants, and the quirks and comforts of their various rental properties.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Going Public by Norm Champ
Steve Donoghue
Norm Champ’s new book Going Public: My Adventures Inside the SEC and How to Prevent the Next Devastating Crisis, succeeds in being both entertaining and instructing.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Gerry Studds by Mark Robert Schneider
Steve Donoghue
Cong. Gerry Studds, the subject of Mark Robert Schneider’s tough and smart new biography, is remembered now in offhand conversation for a scandal.
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