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Maureen Curry files her last column for The Morning Star and lists the best books of 2012.
While Dowton Abbey fans eagerly await the telecast of season three in early January, here is some new titles to help fill the void.
The Elephant Keepers’ Children by Peter Hoeg is a thriller of sorts, but it’s more humorous than frightening.
This fall, the selection of films based on books is certainly diverse, with a large crop of adaptations of classics.
A look back at the life, times, and books of Ireland's beloved author Maeve Binchy
Summer seems to be zipping by, and fall is just around the corner, bringing the busiest season for book publishing.
Maureen Curry takes a look at a few books recommended by a colleague at the Vernon library
Nonfiction titles are full of inspirational moments and ideas from those who have met challenges head on.
Column takes readers on a behind-the-scenes look at Greater Vernon's brand, new library.
Giller prize winner and former CBC reporter Linden MacIntyre is becoming known as one of Canada's top novelists.
List of Australian novels will pull the reader into that incongruous and contradictory country down under.
Robert Massie's Catherine the Great gives insight on one of the most captivating women in history.
It may be more than 150 years old, but Herman Melville’s classic novel Moby Dick continues to fascinate.
A look at the life of late science fiction author Anne McCaffrey and the Dragonriders series she left as her legacy.
Weather plays a part in known books such as The Grapes of Wrath and Light Boxes.
Columnist Maureen Curry writes about the best books published over the past 12 months.
The winner of this year’s £50,000 Man Booker Prize for Fiction was Julian Barnes for The Sense of an Ending.
Hockey books feed the enormous appetite for just about anything related to our national winter sport.
Maureen Curry writes about prolific crime novelist and journalist Michael Connelly.
The Okanagan Regional Library offers resources for those wanting information on mental health issues.