My Favorite Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novel

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To be honest, I wasn't sure I'd have a favorite Pulitzer Prize novel, because I generally stick to reading genre fiction. But it turns out one of my most favoritest novels was also a Pulitzer Prize winner: Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence!

Read more and check out the other contributors' picks for their favorites over at Book Riot.


I Knew She Was Trouble With a Capital L

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Have you ever noticed a lot of women in crime fiction novels have names that start with L? And these women tend to be trouble?

I investigate this bizarre phenomenon at Book Riot.


I review THE GREAT SECRET by E. Phillips Oppenheim at The Project Gutenberg Project

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The Great Secret is not to be confused with The Great Impersonation, also by E. Phillips Oppenheim. The man apparently really liked the word great! I thought The Great Secret a much better book than The Great Impersonation, which is crazy because I enjoyed the hell out of The Great Impersonation.

Read the full review at The Project Gutenberg Project.