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Pentecost and Parker: “Secrets Typed in Blood”

The detective team of Lillian Pentecost and Willowjean “Will” Parker is on the case again—and this time, they’re multitasking. The duo, created by DC...

Karen Lyon Says Farewell to Literary Hill

After more than 20 years, I am submitting my final column this month. It’s been a grand run, but it’s time for me to...

The Lyon’s Share: Pentecost and Parker

Fans of Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe mysteries (and I count myself among the most fervent) will find a certain sense of familiarity in a...

The Poetic Hill

Gina Sangster is a DC native who grew up on Capitol Hill and raised her three children here. A therapist, she has had poetry...

Hollywood on the Hill: The Literary Hill

Capitol Hill has the remarkable distinction of being home to not one, but two bestselling authors, both of whom currently have movies in the...

The Lyon’s Share: Shades of Blue 

Quintin Peterson is always the coolest guy in the room. The hats help. But he’s also got that innate quality where you know he’s...

A Match Made in Kiddie-Lit Heaven: Hill Author and Artist Collaborate

A spark was struck at last year’s Literary Hill BookFest when author Christopher Datta and illustrator Christine Vineyard got seated next to each other....

Our Miss Bouvier

Meet LeMoyne Billings. Lem, as Jack calls him, has been by Kennedy’s side “since the third form of Choate” and serves as both friend...

The Rainmaker

Sarah Dawn Petrin was born in an African village during the midst of a drought. The elders there prayed that she would be a...

The Maiden of All Our Desires

A legendary storm sets the stage for Peter Manseau’s new novel and continues to howl through its pages. “The Maiden of All Our Desires”...