Mysteries to curl up with on a cold winter’s night, recommended by Bunch of Grapes in Vineyard Haven “The Police” by Jo Nesbo – Someone is murdering police officers at the sites of former unsolved murders. Each murder is a gruesome and bizarre interpretation of the unsolved murder. These serial killings are frightening the people, […]
Martha’s Vineyard poet-turned-novelist Michael West writes a Shark Tournament thriller.
Ms. Farrow’s late husband, Ted, was the driving force behind “Red Peppers and Blue Lobsters.”
Ms. Edey’s new book is gorgeously designed, cleverly written, and infused with an almost supernatural amount of inspiration.
Oak Bluffs resident Rick Herrick’s fourth book deals with love and religion.
Good reads with Island pedigrees.
Especially when the proceeds benefit the Chilmark Public Library.
Irish lore gallops with a girl, her horse, and her dream.
Island author asks: what would you do, if the world was ending in one week?
Learn about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 Thursday night at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum with author Ben Railton.