THE WAR THAT ENDED PEACE. By Margaret MacMillan. Random House. 784 pages. $35.
THE HURRICANE SISTERS. By Dorothea Benton Frank. Harper Collins. 326 pages. $26.99.
THE ACCIDENT. By Chris Pavone. Crown Publishers. 381 pages. $26.
Blue Bicycle Books hosts a release party celebrating the publication of Margaret Bradham Thornton's novel "Charleston."
Margaret Bradham Thornton, a Charleston native, is an expert on the great playwright Tennessee Williams. She edited his abundant letters and gained ...
SIX AMENDMENTS: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution. By John Paul Stevens. Little, Brown & Co. 177 pages. $23.
MY STRUGGLE: Book Three. By Karl Ove Knausgaard. Translated by Don Bartlett. Archipelago Books. 427 pages. $27.
YOUR FATHERS, WHERE ARE THEY? AND THE PROPHETS, DO THEY LIVE FOREVER? By Dave Eggers. Knopf. 224 pages. $25.95.
The Charleston County Public Library received a $3,500 grant to encourage reading and to raise awareness of animal welfare issues and welfare-related ...
Art was the one subject Babs Tarr could always "kick everybody's butts in."
Romance and Shakespeare, star-crossed lovers in the middle of the summer, an air-conditioned theater and, well, your English teacher would be proud ...
CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. By Thomas Piketty. Belknap/Harvard. 685 pages. $39.95.
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