February 26th, 2013
Books

The Burgess Boys

Or rather, when it’s released on March 26th, it will be on my nightstand. Elizabeth Strout, Pulitzer Prize winner for her 2009 novel, Olive Kitteridge, is one of my favorite authors. The Burgess Boys returns to coastal Maine and promises to be a good read.

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Wool-crepe skirt

BALENCIAGA

Studded textured-leather sandals

BOTTEGA VENETA

Rushed wool-crepe midi dress

THE ROW

Coco suede and moire pumps

JOSEPH

Cotton-Polio wrap midi skirt

TOD'S

Leather slip-on sandals

MARK CROSS

Zipped tote

THE ROW

Patent Lace-Up Mule

BURBERRY

Stretch-knit boots

ANABELA CHAN

Bloomingdale Earrings

ISABEL MARANT

Alicia top

ULLA JOHNSON

Cropped striped high-rise wide-leg jeans

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  • I heard about this, let us know how you like it?

    AnitaFebruary 26th, 2013  3:10 PM

     
  • Olive Kitteridge is one of my all time faves!!! Thanx for the news!!!

    Cari BeckerFebruary 26th, 2013  7:09 PM

     
  • I also have a soft spot for books set in Maine. Another new one that I hear is good is ” When We Were The Kennedys” by Monica Wood. Its about growing up in a small town in Maine. A town named Mexico, if you can believe!

    AprilFebruary 26th, 2013  9:37 PM

     
  • Exciting news! Thank you. I enjoyed O.K. so much and think about it during recent summer trips to Maine. I suspect everyone is Maine is an interesting character when you get to know them.

    HeathcliffFebruary 26th, 2013  10:15 PM

     
  • I love Elizabeth Strout. I interviewed her for a piece in the Park Slope Reader in support of “Abide with Me.” I was so excited for her when she won the Pulitzer Prize for “Olive Kitteridge” ! And oh my, my last name is Burgess, I wonder what these Burgess boys are up to in her book?

    JillFebruary 27th, 2013  10:43 AM

     

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