Join Boston author Tom MacDonald for a talk about his latest Dermot Sparhawk crime novel, Murder in the Charlestown Bricks. In this fourth book in the series, Dermot Sparhawk takes on another case that no one else will touch. Charlestown's private investigator fights for the underdog and calls on all his connections and physical skills to […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes bestselling author ROBIN COOK—author of Coma, Cell, Host, and many others—and physician and writer DANIELA LAMAS—pulmonary and critical care doctor at the Brigham & Women's Hospital—for a discussion of their respective new books, Pandemic: A Novel and You Can Stop Humming Now: A Doctor's Stories of Life, Death, and In Between. About Pandemic When an unidentified, seemingly healthy young […]Find out more »
Bring one to three books in good condition (no textbooks or mass markets, please!) to swap with fellow attendees. Everyone will go home with a new book to add to their shelves. This will operate like a white elephant gift exchange. Tickets Available NOW! Admission is $5, which may be used as a voucher toward […]Find out more »
Discussing The Perfect Nanny by Leïla Slimani. The Brookline Booksmith Book Club meets downstairs at 7:30pm. To contact our moderator, email email@example.com. She has the keys to their apartment. She knows everything. She has embedded herself so deeply in their lives that it now seems impossible to remove her. When Myriam decides to return to work as a […]Find out more »
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.