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It's not too early to start compiling your summer reading list. Here are some recommendations, courtesy of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, with publication dates. Fiction Sophie Kinsella, "Wedding Night": An unlikely romance involves a pair desperate to...
Dan Brown fans can get a look at the opening of his upcoming book, "Inferno," along with a free ebook of his breakthrough best-seller, "The Da Vinci Code," publisher Doubleday announced today. The digital two-fer, which marks the 10th anniversary of...
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You have to wonder what kind of fun Vatican mystery writer Dan Brown would have with the startling resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. As would be the case when any well-known CEO suddenly steps down "for health reasons," we are immediately suspicious....
Dan Brown, who is know for mixing science, religion and history into his thrillers, announced today that his latest book will focus on "The Inferno," by Dante Alighieri. Brown's latest blockbuster-to-be, "Inferno," follows "The Lost Symbol" and "The...
OMG! Jesus had a wife? A highly regarded Harvard theological historian has introduced a tiny scrap of papyrus from the fourth century — judged to be authentic — on which are written the words, "Jesus said to them, 'My wife….'" Also...
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I face a tough choice this week: Start filling out my NCAA tournament bracket or continue with the Hunger Games trilogy. I finished the first book in Suzanne Collins' series over the weekend, just in time to clear the slate for a week of college hoops....
Most of the power outages that affected an estimated 80,000 homes, businesses and other Harford County buildings since Hurricane Irene came through the county last weekend were well on the way to elimination by late Thursday afternoon. There were,...
Sun StaffSince 1882, librarians at Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library have catered to millions of inquiring patrons, digging up information on subjects from hang-gliding to archaeology to veterinary medicine to theology. Those who tap the library's resources,...
A thorough review of a handwritten copy of the Gospel of John didn't reveal much controversy or conspiracy to the Rev. Tim Koch. Instead, the endeavor simply fortified his faith. Koch is the pastor at Concordia Lutheran Church in Cresbard and...
Publishing giant Random House posted record profits last year, Publisher's Weekly reports. Thanks to E.L. James' "Fifty Shades" trilogy, revenue at the Bertelsmann-owned publisher exceeded $420 million in 2012 -- up a staggering 75% from the year before....
Doubleday has announced that it will be giving away free e-books of Dan Brown's international bestseller "The Da Vinci Code" this week. The free digital download is offered in celebration of the novel's 10th anniversary (to readers only in the U.S. and...
Where there's white smoke, there's fire. The selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the next pontiff, Pope Francis, has some in the entertainment business thinking creatively. IFC Films' Sundance Selects, the company that released Nanni...
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