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Imbue review: Go Set a Watchman

When Harper Lee published “To Kill a Mockingbird,” it immediately became an icon of American literature among the works of Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain and J.D. Salinger. Such success made her one of few women to receive a Pulitzer Prize for fiction and worldwide recognition. It was the first and the only novel Lee ever […]

Depictions of Denver: A look behind a lifelong love of books

Depictions of Denver: A look behind a lifelong love of books

The warm earthy smell of thousands of yellowing pages greets customers and surrounds Holly Brooks while she stands behind the counter.          After visiting all the used books stores in Colorado, Brooks couldn’t stop thinking about one: Capitol Hill Books. She went back to it and demanded a job. She did not […]