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‘Cover of Snow’ by Jenny Milchman

May 22, 2013 In the opening pages of Jenny Milchman’s “Cover of Snow” (Ballantine Books, New York), Nora Hamilton wakes to find that her policeman husband Brendan has hanged himself. more »»

Fitz-Enz’s new book evokes the War of 1812

May 8, 2013 Believe it or not, two centuries ago the eastern Adirondacks and Lake Champlain were at the heart of an international conflict. more »»

‘The Man Who Walked Through Time’

April 10, 2013 As we old readers age, we become increasingly aware of the maxim’s truth: “So many books, so little time. more »»

Another kind of Adirondack dream

March 27, 2013 By ROGER?MITCHELL Special to the Enterprise Allen J. Kourofsky, “A Paris Table: A Novel” (Peru, N.Y. more »»

‘When Horses Walked on Water’

March 13, 2013 “When Horses Walked on Water: Horse Powered Ferries in Nineteenth Century America,” by Kevin Crisman and Arthur Cohn --- Every now and then I serendipitously come upon a fascinating book that I neve... more »»

‘Far Alaska’

February 27, 2013 One might consider “Far Alaska,” the new novel by Mason Smith, something of a coming-of-age story. more »»

‘Here Be Monsters’

February 13, 2013 Special to the Enterprise Jamie Sheffield’s debut novel, “Here Be Monsters,” is both an engaging mystery story and a thoughtful journey into unmapped physical and social spaces. more »»

An old-fashioned mystery set in the Adirondacks

January 30, 2013 Special to the Enterprise Timothy James Brearton’s “The Millionaire Rig Veda” begins in Naples, Fla., where retired probation officer Melvin Cooper lives with his 8-year-old daughter, Molly. more »»

An Adirondack story

January 16, 2013 The Adirondacks being what it is, many well-known people visited it, others summered here, but almost none were buried here. John Butler Yeats is an exception. more »»

‘Adirondack Mysteries: Volume II’

January 2, 2013 One of the stories in the new “Adirondack Mysteries” collection is called “Sortilege” – a Latin term for divination by casting lot. more »»

History of figure skating in Lake Placid

December 19, 2012 A slim volume entitled “Lake Placid Figure Skating — A History” seeks to present just that. more »»

The culture of camp caretakers

December 5, 2012 After a series of Adirondack histories, Saranac Lake author Caperton Tissot has released her first book of fiction. more »»

‘Lily, Duchess of Marlborough (1854-1909)’

November 20, 2012 “Lily, Duchess of Marlborough (1854-1909): A Portrait with Husbands” by Sally E. more »»

Adirondack Trilogy continues with ‘The Railroad’

October 24, 2012 With this year’s release of “The Railroad,” Tony Holtzman offers a confident second installment in the Adirondack Trilogy. more »»

History as myth in ‘Foxey Brown’

October 3, 2012 Charles Yaple has written an unusual story in “Foxey Brown: A Historical Novel,” and done it in an unusual way. more »»

‘The Northwest Passage by Canoe’

September 19, 2012 The 30th annual Adirondack Canoe Classic reminded me of a book published in 1987 about another arduous canoe tri. more »»

Local landmarks propel new who-done-it tale

August 15, 2012 By the first paragraph of Matthew J. Glavin’s new book, “Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy,” we know there’s been a murde. more »»

‘Finding Griffin’

August 1, 2012 The title of “Finding Griffin,” a first novel by Barbara Delaney, refers to a onetime tanning and lumbering town in the southern Adirondacks. more »»

‘An Elegant Wilderness’ brings it home

July 18, 2012 Early in her excellent book about Adirondack great camps, Gladys Montgomery quotes from an 1875 Rod and Gun magazine. more »»

‘Drifting: Two Weeks on the Hudson’

June 7, 2012 “I didn’t plan the trip, at least thoroughly,” Mike Freeman brags in the opening lines of his new book, “Drifting: Two Weeks on the Hudson. more »»

 
 

 

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