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Steven Manchester’s latest novel, "Ashes", is a gritty, realistic look at failed relationships, a departure from his previous seven novels, which the author describes as … more
Growing up in New Hartford, New York, Grace Lin and her two sisters were the only Chinese-American girls in her elementary school.  Lin’s parents immigrated from Taiwan and still spoke … more
Schmitty the Weather Dog came to Tiverton’s Public Library with author Elly McGuire and her weatherman fiancé, Meteorologist Ron to teach the kids of Tiverton about the science of meteorology last … more
I’ve been traveling the world this summer, with books set in England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Iceland and Stockholm. And, now I’ve been to Cambodia, Vietnam, Shanghai, … more
The advent of autumn brings slightly more serious books instead of the briny, beach reads, light romances and ghost stories of summer. “Burial Rites” (2013) by Hannah Kent. This dark, … more
Spring is here on the calendar (May 2); but, not on the ground yet. I received some plants in the mail weeks ago with a note saying it’s the perfect time to plant them. Tell that to the … more
Tina Egnoski has lived in Barrington since 1992, but Florida remains in her bones. Egnoski, who grew up in Melborne and attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, returned to her home state … more
On Thursday, August 10 at 6:30 p.m., author Heidi Chiavaroli will visit Barrington Books at 184 County Road for a discussion and signing of her debut novel, Freedom's Ring. Described as a “time … more
When Leah DeCesare left for Syracuse University in 1988, her father gave her some useful and unique dating advice. Using a cutlery metaphor, he categorized men as either forks, knives, or spoons. … more
Despite being relatively mild, the winter seems to be dragging on. Probably a combination of so many gray days and the teasing warmer days recently — even though there’s as much as a … more
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