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Last week I wrote this column about new books coming out in October. I think it was a successful “temptation” since I had several people come looking for them. I thought it would be...

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This probably won’t come as much of a surprise to anyone, but I read a lot. I always have a book going, both print (or Kindle) and audio (for my daily commute, and my...

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A few months back I wrote about a series of murder mysteries, written by Alex Grecian, that I thoroughly enjoyed. The series is called the Scotland Yard Murder Squad, and the fourth book in...

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If you don’t have a young child in your life, someone you can introduce to the world of picture books, then I truly feel sorry for you. You are missing out, not only on...

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“Assistant to prominent enquiry agent.  Typing and shorthand required. Some danger involved in performance of duties. Salary commensurate with ability.  7 Craig’s Court.” So begins a series of novels set in Victorian England and written...

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By Christine Holsinger Some of you may recall a recent Library Lines where Vicky Terry introduced me as Pocahontas County Free Libraries’ new AmeriCorps VISTA. If you read Library Lines that week, there’s a lot you...

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Director of West Virginia State Archives Joe Geiger, Jr. will visit Durbin, Thursday, June 30, when he will present his book, Holding the Line: The Battle of Allegheny Mountain and Confederate Defense...