A sequence of tales chronicling the early 20th-century lives of New Brunswick sisters Idella and Avis Hillock includes "Gone," an account of their mother's heartbreaking childbirth crisis and the Pushcart Prize-nominated "Wake," in which they attend their wild father's funeral.
Publisher: University of Maine Press Check Library CatalogPub Date: 2010
Medical stories, works of fiction written by a medical doctor about the profession.
History and Current Events
Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place - Thomas Andrew Denenberg
Publisher: Portland Museum of Art Check Library CatalogPub Date: 2010
A catalog marking the centennial of Winslow Homer's death (1836-1910) with plates of some of the magnificent Homer pieces held at the Portland Museum of Art.
Faces of the Maine Guard & Reserve - Buddy Doyle
Publisher: October Publications, Inc. Check Library CatalogPub Date: 2010
MAINE PHOTOGRAPHER. MAINE SUBJECT.
From the cover: This book is a retrospective review of selected portraiture from the Maine National Guard Calendar Project 2006-2010. The idea was to capture members of the Maine Guard and Reserve in the context of their civilian occupations, contrasted with inset photos as members of the military. The underlying message being to appreciate a job and do it well -- the way you'd be trained to do it in the National Guard.
Great shipwrecks of the Maine coast - Jeremy D'Entremont
In the aftermath of an ambitious young attorney's murder and the disappearance of a mentally disturbed woman who was the crime's only witness, Portland homicide detective Michael McCabe races against time to track down the killer and prevent another murder. By the author of The Cutting.
Making Whoopies : The Official Whoopie Pie Cookbook - Nancy Griffin
This little book celebrates the whoopie pie. In it are its history, family and bakery recipes, a discussion of "marshmallow or not" (if you're an aficionado, you know what I'm talking about -- if not, get this book!). Get set to drool!
Fairy houses of the Maine coast - Maureen Heffernan
Publisher: Down East Check Library CatalogPub Date: 07/01/2010
MAINE AUTHOR/PHOTOGRAPHER. MAINE SUBJECT.
From the flyleaf: In Fairy Houses of the Maine Coast you'll learn about where fairies came from, where they most like to live, how to draw them to your garden, and how to build your own fairy house. You'll also love the beautiful photos of some of Maine's best fairy houses.
Stranded with her traveling companions in an eerily deserted Wyoming village during a blizzard, Maura discovers that they are being watched and pursues help when a party member is injured, an effort that turns nightmarish when she is abducted into the woods. By the best-selling author of Harvest.