Walt Longmire is a sheriff in the sparse but ruggedly beautiful Absaroka County, Wyoming. Sure, he drives an old pick-up, has a dog named Dog, and likes his beer, but Walt is more than a stereotype: he’s a complex character and, along with Deputy Vic Morretti and best friend Henry Standing Bear, make an interesting, resourceful team. Craig Johnson’s books are the basis for the TV series Longmire.
Ross must begin his life anew when he returns home from war to find his father dead, his home overrun by livestock and drunken servants, and his intended now engaged to his cousin. This is the first book in the series that inspired the TV series Poldark.
Traces the workings of the underground railroad in slave-dependent New York by three lesser-known heroes who coordinated with black dockworkers and counterparts in other states to help thousands of fugitive slaves between 1830 and 1860. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Fiery Trail.
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The nine surviving children of the Hegarty clan gather in Dublin for the wake of their wayward brother, Liam, who drowned in the sea, including his sister Veronica, who had shared with him the secret of what had happened to him as a boy in his grandmother’s house, in a novel about betrayal and redemption across three generations.
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The new "Finger Lakes" walk of fame in Geneva honors 19 people, 14 of whom have ties primarily to Rochester, which is not in the Finger Lakes. Which of these real Finger Lakes people do you think is most deserving?