SEATTLE — Elizabeth George does have an endgame for her bestselling Inspector Thomas Lynley mysteries — the newest of which, "Something to Hide," arrived in bookstores Jan. 11. But, to the relief of the many fans of the series, she hasn't arrived there yet. George, speaking in a telephone interview from her Seattle home, said she's always delighted to begin a new Lynley book: "There's always a ...
In this retelling of the myth of Apollo and Daphne, author Mark Prins has written an engrossing psychological thriller. "The Latinist" by Mark Prins; W.W. Norton (352 pages, $26.95) ——— The cover of Mark Prins' sparky but flawed debut novel, "The Latinist," depicts in lurid colors Italian baroque sculptor Bernini's celebrated statue of Apollo and Daphne. The effect jars with the ...
Evison deftly weaves stories of the present and the past, illustrating how all of our lives and futures are linked together. "Small World" by Jonathan Evison; Dutton (480 pages, $28) ——— The passengers aboard the Amtrak Coast Starlight are all bound for Seattle. Strangers on a train, they will all be affected by an accident that will derail plans and upend lives. Jonathan Evison's "Small ...
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A stalwart of the political scene since 1987, Nancy Pelosi will go down in history as a uniquely effective speaker of the House. Rumors have begun to circulate that she may retire this year. What will that mean for the national political landscape?
Biden's stalled agenda raises questions over whether he went too big. The RNC threatens a boycott of presidential debates. And why is a Nevada candidate running ads in Florida?
"The Unfamiliar Garden," the second novel in Benjamin Percy's speculative fiction series "Comet Cycle," begins with the mysterious disappearance of a child, Mia, in a forest outside Seattle. Right about that time, a comet shoots past Earth, emitting a strange fungus that begins to absorb plants, animals and humans. (And Mia? Maybe. But maybe not.) Percy's novel defies categorization — part ...
Washington is finally getting a break Saturday from record-breaking rain and snow, with rivers expected to ebb and flood waters recede, as the state works to deal with the aftermath of weeks of storms.
Lin Manuel-Miranda wanted to write musicals for Latino characters after fearing his ethnicity would prevent him from getting into the industry.
Two East Helena brothers charged in the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., entered not guilty pleas Friday before a U.S. District Court judge.
Montana gets to 4-1 in Big Sky play ahead of Sunday's rivalry game in Bozeman at Montana State.
The Lady Griz hit six 3-pointers in the first quarter and never looked back in posting a 68-50 home win over Eastern Washington Thursday night.
Despite losing the 2021 Big Sky MVP, plus most of their starting lineup from last season, the Eastern Washington Eagles have reloaded and have been a surprise through 14 games.
The Montana women's basketball team will try to get back on track against a young Eastern Washington team Thursday night at Dahlberg Arena.
Things to know today: 3 in 10 Republicans believe Jan. 6 attack was not violent; Starbucks mandates vaccine, testing for workers; plus today's weather.
Tip is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday night at Dahlberg Arena.
New home buyers have emerged from California, Washington and elsewhere looking to live in a more conservative community that matches their political values.
BILLINGS — Central Washington's Kizzah Maltezo scored a game-high 22 points Saturday night as the visiting Wildcats downed Montana State Billings 79-68 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference women's basketball at Alterowitz Gymnasium.
The Grizzlies found a way Friday by changing the very nature of the contest in the second quarter. They turned a game of tag into a wrestling match.
The Grizzlies are hosting a rematch with Eastern Washington in the second-round of the FCS playoffs in Missoula. Follow for updates.