Save Me the Plums is a memoir that chronicles Ruth Reichl’s career ascent from restaurant critic for The New York Times to editor-in-chief of the now-defunct food magazine Gourmet. Reichl writes with candour and humility about her journey into what
Even though Corayne an-Amarat lives by the sea, far away from the center of the realm, she can feel something sinister in the air. She’s spent her entire life seeking adventure, not surprisingly, as the daughter of a pirate captain.
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Henri Haltiwanger is a star debater and a popular student at the prestigious FATE academy in New York City. He’s also a trusted dog walker for his wealthy neighbours, and dreams of attending Columbia University in the fall. While he
Nordic Noir, a subgenre to thrillers, combines elements of suspense, mystery, and crime procedurals against a dark and gritty landscape. They are complemented by slow smouldering plots and rich character development.
Can you imagine being diagnosed with a condition so rare and aggressive that there are no known survivors? That is the situation that Harriet, a 15-year-old schoolgirl from suburban Toronto, found herself in when, in 2002, a nasty cold that
Seventeen-year-old Mia Jennrow lands a spot in an elite ballet program in the beautiful city of Paris, France and she is one step closer to achieving her dreams of dancing for the American Ballet Theatre.