Her works of fiction and nonfiction have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Prize Stories: The O.
She works as a public defender and lives with her wife in Boston. The highly anticipated third novel in the award-winning Ellery Hathaway mystery series. FBI agent Reed Markham is haunted by one painful unsolved mystery: who murdered his mother? Camilla was brutally stabbed to death more than forty years ago while baby Reed lay in his crib mere steps away. The trail went so cold that the Las Vegas Police Department gave up hope of solving the case - but then a shattering family secret changes everything Reed knows about his origins; his murdered mother; and his powerful adoptive father, state senator Angus Markham.
Joanna Schaffhausen wields a mean scalpel, skills developed in her years studying neuroscience. She has a doctorate in psychology, which reflects her long-standing interest in the brain—how it develops and the many ways it can go wrong. She lives in the Boston area with her husband and daughter. As the moon rises, a family steps into the night on a journey toward a new beginning. Along the way their little girl delights in the wonders of nature, saying good night—lilah tov—to the creatures and landscapes they pass.
Wherever she looks—on land, in the sky above and even, eventually, in the water below her boat—there are marvels to behold. He lives in Whately, Massachusetts.
Vivid, shattering, and utterly memorable. For our unnamed confessor, the summer months spent on the Caspian Sea during the s are a magically transformative experience. He revels in the power of orchestrating the attentions of her many competing admirers, granting and denying access to her would-be lovers and divulging intimate details of her life. In a moment of jealousy and youthful bravado, he betrays and humiliates an unlikely suitor, unwittingly setting into motion a series of events that will have drastic repercussions for all of them as the country is forever transformed by the Iranian Revolution a few short years later.
Over the course of twenty years, the lingering effects of that summer propel the friends in their vastly different responses to radicalization as the country is plunged into political and cultural turmoil with the rise of a strict religious regime. Their surprising final reunion reveals the consequences of revenge and self-preservation as they each must decide whether and how to forget the past.
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In My Part of Her, translated from French by Emma Ramadan, celebrated exiled Iranian author Javad Djavahery captures the innocence of youth, the folly of love, and the capriciousness of fate as these friends find themselves on opposing sides of the seismic rifts of history. Javad Djavahery was forced to leave Iran at the age of twenty, escaping to France as a political refugee, and is now based in Paris.
Djavahery has produced several films and writes screenplays and fiction. He has two short story collections in Persian and two novels in French.
My Part of Her is his English-language debut. Emma Ramadan is a literary translator based in Providence, RI where she is the co-owner of Riffraff bookstore and bar. Grace knows what people see. An icon of glamor and elegance frozen in dazzling Technicolor. The picture of perfection. The girl in white gloves. But behind the lens, beyond the panoramic views of glistening Mediterranean azure, she knows the truth. A writing professor for many years, she now writes full time and lives with her daughter and dog in a leafy suburb west of Boston. He holds degrees in philosophy and creative writing from Whitman College and Emerson College, respectively.
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Katherine Stewart shows that the real power of the American religious right lies in a dense network of think tanks, policy and legal advocacy groups, and pastoral organizations, embedded in a growing network of international alliances with like-minded religious nationalists around the world. The Power Worshippers is a brilliantly reported book of warning and a wake-up call.
Katherine Stewart is one of the leading authorities on the political aspects of the Religious Right. Nini loves everything about ballet—the sparkles, the costumes, the twirling! Baseball is nothing like ballet. Or is it? Erin is an associate professor of liberal arts at Montserrat College of Art in Massachusetts. At 18, Franci became the owner of the Salon and in she married Joe Solar. She regarded the Nazi concentration camps as her university. After liberation, she returned to Prague and married Kurt Epstein in She lectured at universities on her experience during the war before dying of a brain aneurysm in Born in Prague, she grew up in New York City.
Her reviews and articles have appeared in many newspapers, magazines, and websites. Kids are usually asleep when moths come out at night. But discovering the diverse moth population is simple—stay up late and set up a party for moths!
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