Searching for some new reads? Look no further than these three books written by Pittsburgh authors:
• Katie Booth’s ” The Invention of Miracles: Language, Power, and Alexander Graham Bell’s Quest to End Deafness” delves into the complicated life and work of the famous inventor and scientist.
• Looking for a romance? Check out Stephanie Keyes’ ” His Royal Typeface,” a novella about a typeface designer who finds love when he least expects it.
• Finally, if you’re looking for a compelling historical fiction set in Pittsburgh after World War II, then you should pick up a copy of Julie Tulba’s ” The Dead Are Resting.”
– Maggie Medoff, WordWrite