Icelandic Noir: Lilja Sigurdardóttir’s “Snare”

Book review Pack your suitcase for Iceland and a lean, taut suspense novel, Snare, by Lilja Sigurdardóttir, the first in a trilogy including Trap and...

“Boy with the Bullhorn: A memoir and history of ACT UP...

Out Review The sign above your head shows what’s going on inside it. Last night, you made the sign with a slogan, firm words, a poke...

David Ambroz peels back the skin of our illusions in “A...

Book Review It is a gossamer web that suspends any family over the shoals of poverty. When we were children, those of us who...

“My Handful of Stars” is a very satisfying read

Ken Felts’ Historic Memoir If you were like my sister and me, whatever the adults were doing was a LOT more interesting. Consequently, we became...

“140 Miles of Life” is excellent beach reading and kicks a$$

Carrera's journey changed her life, and it may change yours as well When I started to read Veronica Carrera’s memoir 140 Miles of Life, I...

“Dot & Ralfie: A Novel” is a lesbian “Honeymooners” episode, only...

Out Book Review There is one alternative to growing older. Never mind, though, it's not on your radar. You're more focused these days on not groaning...

Gretchen Felker-Martin’s new novel has plenty of blood, gore and...

Review of the new book Manhunt It’s just a little stick in the arm. Just a poke, a tiny jab, a brief ouch, and you have...

New book on New York’s vogue, house, and ballroom community

Review: And the Category is… Inside New York’s Vogue, House, and Ballroom Community You love Bette Davis. Always have, always will. Ever since Madonna...

The gift book guide for 2021

You knew this time was coming You knew that you were going to have to finish your holiday shopping soon but it snuck up on...

Join traveling translator Cassandra Reilly as she solves a new mystery 

Book Review: Not The Real Jupiter – Murder confreres extraordinaire The world of translators for particular kinds of literature is a small community. Consequently, when...