Down East Bookshelf
The hero of Cathie Pelletier?s new novel is no Hemingway.
An Irishman in Portland
Thanks to a Dublin novelist, readers on the Emerald Isle know every dark corner of Maine.
Like the best of Hitchcock, Monica Wood?s new novel is an intimate shocker.
Murder in New Sweden
A new book about the infamous church poisonings bungles the story.
No Place for a Woman
Helen Hamlin?s classic memoir of life in the Maine wilderness is back in print.
A brief look at three new books about Maine, one of art prints, one of poetry, and one of wilderness essays.
Intrepid biologist and author, Bernard Heinrich gets up close and personal when studying how animals survive brutal Maine winters.
A new book tells the tragicomic story of one Indian casino in Connecituct Location: Ledyard
Novelist Agnes Bushell critiques a recent reprint of Mary Ellen Chase's historical novel, "Silas Crockett".
The chef-owners of the Arrows restaurant have published their first collection of recipes. Location: Ogunquit