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  • 5 Novels With Interracial Couples

    5 Novels With Interracial Couples0

    Check out these novels featuring interracial couples. Because love has no color. 1. Another Country by James Baldwin “Set in Greenwich Village, Harlem, and France, among other locales, Another Country is a novel of passions–sexual, racial, political, artistic–that is stunning for its emotional intensity and haunting sensuality, depicting men and women, blacks and whites, stripped

  • 5 Great Books On Boxers And Boxing

    5 Great Books On Boxers And Boxing0

    Read these great books about boxers and boxing, the toughest sport in the world. 1. King of the World: Muhammad Ali and the Rise of an American Hero by David Remnick “On the night in 1964 that Muhammad Ali (then known as Cassius Clay) stepped into the ring with Sonny Liston, he was widely regarded

  • 5 Absorbing Boston-Based Books

    5 Absorbing Boston-Based Books0

    If you love Boston, then you will enjoy these books based in the capital city of Massachusetts. 1. Live By Night by Dennis Lehane “Meticulously researched and artfully told, Live by Night is the riveting story of one man’s rise from Boston petty thief to the Gulf Coast’s most successful rum runner.” 2. Phantom by

  • Interview With Kevin King, Author Of Phantom

    Interview With Kevin King, Author Of Phantom0

    Kevin King talks with Book Glow about the inspiration behind his novel, Phantom. BG:  Describe the book in one sentence. KK:  It is about love—hopeless love—a serial philanderer, Waddy Googan in love with a much younger woman who marries in part out of desperation, and impossible love—Waddy’s wife Casey and a black boxer.  But calling

  • 5 Must-Read Books About Rowing

    5 Must-Read Books About Rowing0

    These must-read books about rowing are worthy of a place on your reading list. 1. The Boys in the Boat by Daniel J. Brown “It was an unlikely quest from the start. With a team composed of the sons of loggers, shipyard workers, and farmers, the University of Washington’s eight-oar crew team was never expected