8 results for "CONNIE OGLE"
"The Humanity Project" by Jean Thompson; Blue Rider (352 pages, $26.95)
"Parker" roars into a dull January and enlivens the movie landscape, and thank the action-movie gods because we needed a little something to wake us from our winter slumber.
The Onion Book of Known Knowledge
"Peace, Love & Misunderstanding" is all about the healing power of hippies.
Lauren Groff's first book was a wonder and a delight. "The Monsters of Templeton," it was called, and it was funny, magnetic and clear-eyed in its wise portrayal of a young woman trying (and failing) to outrun her mistakes. What a ...
At almost no time during "John Carter" will you understand what in the name of Edgar Rice Burroughs is going on.
Peter Orner's new novel is a deft character study of a family hiding the usual secrets and lies of contemporary life, but it's also a well-observed portrait of a city as rich in history, dirty tricks and deception as any of the people he...
'Valentine's Day Redux" or as it's officially known, "New Year's Eve" purports to be about a night on which the "entire world comes together" to celebrate.