For anyone interested in the theater, Michael Riedel’s juicy follow up to Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway is a must-read
In 18th-century London, a secret apothecary shop caters only to women who have been wronged by the men in their lives, offering free poisons to the women with the rule that they must never be used to harm another woman.
The second Mr. Tiger and Betsy story is just as charming and magical as the first.
I was worried that a deep dive into Windsor Horne Lockwood III would diminish this enigmatic character, but my fears were allayed as I was drawn into this tale of old family secrets and tragedies that twist and twine with art theft, domestic terrorism, and present-day murder.
This memoir from chef David Chang chronicles his upbringing as the son of devout Christian Korean-American immigrants, the humble beginnings of Momofuku Noodle Bar and the restaurant empire that it spawned, and Chang’s struggles with mental health.
A giant taxidermied aardvark connects the story of millennial Republican Congressman Alexander Paine Wilson, who is sleeping with Greg Tampico, and Titus Downing, who stuffed the aardvark for his married lover, the naturalist Richard Ostlet in Victorian-era England.
Set 10 years after the Mayflower pilgrims arrived in Plymouth Colony, this novel tells the story of a murder and subsequent trial principally through the second wife of the governor of the colony, and the wife of an indentured servant.