Harry Keeler was a prolific writer of strange books that some consider so bad they're good.
Posts on January 2015
from Lost in the Stacks
Roman Murder Mystery by Derek Parker tells the true story of a murder case that was the talk of Rome in the late 17th century.
The contents of this book might literally kill you.
O Juliet by Robin Maxwell is a great retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story—with a twist.
Michael Harris has written a well-researched but highly readable book that explores the differences in life before and after the Internet.
If you're a fan of NPR's radio drama Serial, we think you'll dig The Staircase.