What’s new in bookstores this week

Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

Of note: family secrets in Savannah, a psychological thriller tears a family apart and a starring role for a New York City landmark.

New & Notable: ‘Cop Town’

Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

Karin Slaughter sets a standalone thriller in 1970s Atlanta with a cop killer and police force in turmoil.

North Crowley High teacher launches writing career practically overnight

| |Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

David Harrell’s novel, ‘Confederation of Monsters,’ was published in May.

It’s time for summer romance (books)

| |Sunday, Jun. 22, 2014

Love is in the air as authors offer continuing series, stand-alones and re-releases in time for vacation.

Bestselling authors tell us what’s on their summer reading list

| |Saturday, Jun. 21, 2014

These warm-weather picks offer thrills and chills, according to Taylor Stevens, Jeff Abbott, Ace Atkins and others.

Review: One O’Clock Lab Band at Concerts in the Garden

| |Sunday, Jun. 15, 2014

The student ensemble presented big-band music with a major update.

Fort Worth author inks movie deal for ‘Maya Lord’

| |Sunday, Jun. 15, 2014

High-profile director Roland Emmerich has at least two films ahead of Maya Lord on his to-do list, including an Independence Day sequel.

What’s new in bookstores this week

Sunday, Jun. 15, 2014

Of note: a journalist’s debut crime novel, Robert Galbraith’s PI returns, and Megan Abbott’s teens get ‘The Fever.’

New & notable: ‘Save the Date’

Sunday, Jun. 15, 2014

Mary Kay Andrews’ annual summer novel combines flowers, weddings and, of course, romance.

Theater review: WaterTower’s ‘Good People’ not good enough

| |Friday, Jun. 13, 2014

A cumbersome set and odd casting choices leave the Tony-nominated play lacking for enjoyment.