May 22, 2015


FYI

New in paper: Feb. 9-13

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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Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:51 pm

“You’ll pay for what you have done. When you get to the other side you’ll have to answer for it," Lavana Gentray told son's killer.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:50 pm

“You caused us great suffering and sorrow. Every day I feel the loss of my precious son,” victim's mother, Lavana Gentray, told court.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:50 pm

“Mr. Mustard lives on. He will have sunrises and sunsets. Tony’s are gone,” said victim's uncle, Michael James.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:49 pm

Family members of the 50-year-old victim, Anthony Sorokowski, presented emotional impact statements Friday describing their loss.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:49 pm

Gerald Mustard, 43, was convicted earlier this month of manslaughter. He wants 3-4 years. Judge reserved decision to June 2.

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