“On Hurricane Island” follows a math professor named Gandalf Cohen who is abducted by federal agents and flown to a secret interrogation center off the coast of Maine.
A dog spends its first few years locked in a laboratory, leaving her broken and traumatized. A lady bug, a little girl and — of course — other dogs help her rediscover her foxhound instincts.
The novel is based in Revere, Massachusetts – the hometown of author Roland Merullo, who now lives in the hills of Hampshire County.
Honor, shame and family lie at the heart of a new novel by Trinity College Writer-in-Residence, Lucy Ferriss.
The Palmer, Massachusetts, writer’s sixth novel sets an accidental fortune-teller in a “dead mall.”
Amherst writer Judith Frank’s new book, “All I Love And Know,” concludes our summer fiction series.
Chris Bohjalian says he chose to revolve the entire story around a nuclear disaster. The reason, he says, goes back to 2011 when he was caring for his dying father.
The writer David K. Leff has published poetry and non-fiction, and now a novel using verse.
“Acts of Contrition” – the next book in NEPR’s Summer Fiction series – is set in Washington, D.C., in 1972, and it’s a follow-up to Bleiman’s first novel, “Dirty Tricks.”
Amherst author Cammie McGovern’s new Young Adult novel about two teens with disabilities kicks off NEPR’s Summer Fiction series.
In journalist Russ Rymer’s first stab at fiction, he dives into a world of diplomats and doctors, as well as heart transplants and heartbreak.
Throughout the summer, we will be highlighting new local fiction from Western New England authors — for those lazy days on the beach, or just to take a break from all that weeding.