Posted on June 13, 2024 at 4:31 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

If you're in the mood for blasts from the past, three came across our radar recently.

The most recent: author Elin Hilderbrand talked with The New York Times about her new novel, Swan Song, which is the last one she'll write, putting an end to an era of Nantucket summers.

A little more potent nostalgia from the NY Times is a retrospective on how Hannibal by Thomas Harris marked a turning point in literature, twenty-five years ago.

And finally, we saved a piece on how Dutch Jewish artists aided the World War II resistance with children's books to be posted on the anniversary of Anne Frank's birthday ... which was yesterday. Oops.

Categories: Today in Books

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