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The Bookworm: Catch the ‘Runaway Bride’

True to Weber form, ‘The Choir Director 2: Runaway Bride’ is a multilayered, lots-going-on tale that will keep you guessing all the way to the surprising.

2014-08-21 19:59:41
Island Food Security Inc. Buys Tractor with Presbyterian Grant

Thanks to a $20,000 grant allowing them to purchase and maintain a shared 45-horsepower tractor, local farmers in Island Food Security Inc. are ready to get to work and put the tractor to use in their fields.

2014-08-21 01:02:09
Three Sentenced to 10 Years Each for Robbery with Firearms

Chief District Court Judge Wilma A. Lewis on Monday sentenced three St. Croix men to 10 years in prison each for their roles in two armed robberies that took place in January 2013.

2014-08-20 23:35:53
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The Bookworm Asks: What's Better, What's Worse?

If you want a quick-to-read novel that’s not easy to read, grab “The Perfect Marriage” because you could do better or you could do worse.

Read entire articleJan 23 2013 - 3:43pm
The Bookworm Asks: Who was First?

There are definite advantages to being first. In the new book, “Black Firsts” by Jessie Carney Smith, you’ll find information on tens of thousands of folks who’ve gone before you.

Read entire articleJan 16 2013 - 5:41pm
The Bookworm Reviews: 'The King Years'

In “The King Years: Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement” by Taylor Branch, you’ll read a well-known story from a new point of view.

Read entire articleJan 10 2013 - 8:00am
One the Bookworm Can't Resist

Who can resist a book that starts out sweet, quickly turns tragic, gives you hope and then … well, not me. That’s why I loved “The Twelve Tribes of Hattie” so much.

Read entire articleJan 2 2013 - 5:19pm
The Bookworm Asks: How Much Sole Do You Have?

Any woman who owns more than “3.7 pairs” of shoes will love Rachelle Bergstein's “Women from the Ankle Down.” For footwear fashionistas, it's a book with sole.

Read entire articleDec 26 2012 - 1:53pm
The Bookworm Says: 'Time to Shine'

In Nikki Carter's new book, “Time to Shine,” Sunday Tolliver learns how pushiness can backfire with friends -- and with a boy too.

Read entire articleDec 19 2012 - 5:51pm
The Bookworm Questions: 'The Truth About Men'?

Maybe you missed something important in Dating 101. Or perhaps you need more information, which you might find in “The Truth About Men” by Dr. Ian K. Smith.

Read entire articleDec 13 2012 - 11:03am
The Bookworm Asks: Missing Something?

Rachel Winslow is a professional when it comes to Happily Ever After but in the new novel, “What He’s Been Missing” by Grace Octavia, she’s not sure where to find it.

Read entire articleDec 6 2012 - 7:13am
The Bookworm Seeks the Spirit of Coltraine

It was Sunday morning, and 12-year-old John Coltrane sat in church, listening to music and his grandfather’s sermon. When the reverend spoke about the power of the Spirit, John never forgot.

Read entire articleNov 28 2012 - 4:18pm
The Bookworm Reads: 'Sexy Little Liar'

What Mink LaRue wants is money, pure and simple, and she won’t let anything keep her from it. But in the new book, “Sexy Little Liar” by Noire, there’s one thing that might slow her down…

Read entire articleNov 22 2012 - 6:30am