Ryan Quinn’s The Fall begins with an inscription: “For the courageous. It gets better.” For the three protagonists, Haile, Ian, and Casey, that is the hope.
I haven’t thought about wills, trusts, and estates since my 1L property class and the bar exam. Quite frankly, I found the subject boring and
Anita Shreve’s Strange Fits of Passion (1991) is a relatively short book, only 342 pages and in a larger font than I’ve grown accustomed to
At the beginning of the month, there were news reports that a school district in Illinois had banned Todd Parr’s The Family Book because of its
Amal Awad’s debut novel, Courting Samira, centers on a Jane Austen-style love-triangle set in a contemporary Arab-Australian community where business-like arranged marriages are still the
I was horrified when my four-year-old daughter ran out the door one morning with a copy of Go the F**k to Sleep in her hot