Local historian Harrison Wick is back by popular demand! Wick is the author of Arcadia Publishing titles Pennsylvania's Back Mountain, Pennsylvania; Luzerne County, Pennsylvania and Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys, Pennsylvania. Great Father's Day gifts!
Fyodor Dostoyevsky's last, supreme achievement, The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will and morality. This month the group will discuss book 1.
Gene Gomolka's novel, Coal Cracker's Son, is a fictionalized memoir citing the futility and intrinsic dangers in the coal mining industry. His narration also captures the lifestyle, spirit and resiliency of Polish immigrants and their families.
One of Dickens' most personally resonant novels, Little Dorrit speaks across centuries to the modern reader. Intricate in its plotting, the novel's depictions seem uncannily topical. This month, the group will discuss book 1, chapters 15 to 18.
Amy Gale combines her passion for music with her love for romance in Blissful Tragedy, a debut novel packed with love, sex, rock 'n' roll, and the notion that real fairy tales contain some type of tragic force that just won't let life be perfect.
In the biography Johnny Carson by Henry Bushkin opens the doors on the well-guarded life of a true television legend. As Carson's lawyer, confidant, wingman and friend, Bushkin offers a revealing account of the King of Late Night.