Book Review

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    Book Review: ‘Harlem Shuffle’

    By Izzy Stringham

    White River Books

    Coming on the heels of two Pulitzer Prize winning novels, ‘Harlem Shuffle’ by Colson Whitehead is a caper of a crime novel set in early 1960s Harlem. The story centers around Ray Carney, a used furniture salesman with a few small side hustles and… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Book Review: ‘Woman of Light’ surfaces Denver’s complex legacy

    By Izzy Stringham

    Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s new full-length novel, “Woman of Light”, is especially delightful for those who live in Colorado. The story centers around Luz Lopez and her extended family living in 1930s Denver. Having come from the Lost Territory, now the area that encompasses Southern Colorado, New Mexicoread more →