(February 21-27) New Hardcovers:
- Split Image by Robert B. Parker (the first publication since Parker's death in January at age 77. His long-time editor Helen Brann said "Bob wrote five pages a day every day but Sunday every day of his adult life. He was very clear about it. No more and no less than five pages.")
- The Infinities by John Banville (Banville's first novel since he won the 2005 Booker Prize for The Sea. Publisher's Weekly gave it a big-time starred review: "The narrative is rife with asides, but it is to the common trajectory of a life that...it lends its most consoling notes, elevating the temporal and profane to the holy eternal.")
- You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up: A Love Story by Annabelle Gurwitch & Jeff Kahn (the authors will be here for a signing on March 24th - stay tuned for details.)
- The Tudors: The Complete Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty by G.J. Meyer
Warwick's Happenings: a quiet week at the 'wick.
- Tuesday at 7:30, we have Wendy Craig-Purcell, CEO & minister of the Unity Center & author of Ask Yourself This. (Check warwicks.com for more details, of course.)