Fellow Mortals by Dennis Mahoney
With sparse and handsome prose reminiscent of Raymond Carver and early
Stewart O’Nan, Mahoney’s probing first novel charts the fall of a man
who has spent his life working to be decent and shows us a community
trying desperately to hold itself together.
Great Balls of Cheese by Michelle Buffardi
Come meet Michelle On December 21st at Market Block Books from 11-1pm Few books have attracted as much instantaneous staff enthusiasm as Great
Balls of Cheese. Sure the cover is cute, but the ideas inside made us
salivate and conspire on ways to create a cheese event in our store...
even if we have to do demos ourselves! Fortunately, the author has Troy
connections and will do the demo for us. Huzzah! --Stanley
The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis
I love, love, love, this collection of short stories. Her short stories range from a few sentences to a few pages and all are equally engaging.
From Kistallnacht to Watergate: Memoirs of a Newspaper by: Harry Rosenfeld
In this powerful memoir, Harry Rosenfeld describes his years as an
editor at the "New York Herald Tribune" and the "Washington Post," two
of the greatest American newspapers in the second half of the turbulent