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Review: ‘The Singular Pilgrim’ by Rosemary Mahoney

I don’t read large books, because it takes me forever to even finish reading one book. But there was a particular reason I picked up this 400-page beast by Rosemary Mahoney: I have been struggling with my spirituality. “The Singular … Continue reading

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Harrisburg local E.M. Albano to sign copies of novel at Midtown Scholar

Harrisburg local E.M. Albano will sign copies of his novel “Letters to Andrea” Dec. 21 at Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pa.

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‘Crossing the Borders of Time’ by Leslie Maitland

Leslie Maitland pens a powerful love story in “Cross the Borders of Time.”

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Dallastown grad Nat Missildine pens travel memoir

By SARAH CHAIN Daily Record/Sunday News Utz potato chips. When Nathaniel Missildine thinks about the York County foods he misses the most, Utz potato chips top the list. “Brickers French fries,” he continued. “Rutter’s iced tea. A lot of food … Continue reading

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Peter Panzerfaust’

Fairy tale stories seem to be all the rage in the comic world the past few years, but more recently exploding on the scene with unique twists and different incorporation. I have reviewed quite a bit of fairy tale comics, … Continue reading

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‘The Table Comes First’ by Adam Gopnik

Food is my friend. Not just because I eat it for survival. It’s culture. It’s often enjoyed with family and friends. It even defines our morals (“I don’t eat meat” or “I don’t drink alcohol.”) Adam Gopnik’s “The Table Comes … Continue reading

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‘The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted’ by Bridget Asher

Heidi is a young widow who is having a lot of trouble getting back to normal after her husband’s death in an accident. Her 8-year-old son Abbott is having a rough time, too, and appears to be developing an obsessive … Continue reading

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