Groth was a receptionist at the The New Yorker magazine from 1957-1978. She met great writers, Mad Men types, and bohemians, giving her a unique position to sample from the cultural plate of New York City and beyond, and to figure out how she wanted to fit into that world. This is a great portrait of that place and time, and a fascinating story of a woman during that era finding herself. - Kent
It may be the most mispronounced title of the summer, but it'll be one of the most sought after. “Lush” in every sense of the word: exquisite period details, forbidden love, beautiful NC mountain setting, and, oh yes, horses. Thea's contributions to a family tragedy (slowly revealed over the course of the novel) have altered her present life with a speed and ferocity that leave her unmoored. But it's the profound effect this year of change will have on her future that propels her (and us) along. - Rosemary
Kobo Mini, Glo & Arc!
We sell the Mini ($79.99), Glo ($129.99) and Arc (starts at $199.99). We have display models to try out in the store.