Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 02/9/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
The Wolf Gift
By Anne Rice (Anchor, $18)
THE queen of American vampire fiction has found a new hairy beast to give readers the willies.
The Giant, O'Brien
By Hilary Mantel (Anchor, $20)
THE Booker Prize-winning British author's 1998 novel about 19th-century Irishman Charles O'Brien has been re-released.
When I Was a Child I Read Books
By Marilynne Robinson (HarperCollins, $17)
IN this essay collection, the respected U.S. novelist addresses the themes that have dominated her fiction -- religion, individualism and the myth of the American West.
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