Books

“A golden era, when a gracious summer colony existed alongside a still-vital farming and fishing community.”
Isabel Carmichael and Richard Barons Richard Lewin
On the left in a postcard mailed in 1909 is the front of the old Gardiner-Brown House, built in 1747 on East Hampton’s Main Street. The enclosed entrance porch was added about 1800. East Hampton Historical Society

By Bruce Buschel
By Laura Wells
Sandy McIntosh Anne Hall
By Kurt Wenzel
Alan Furst Rainer Hosch
By Ellen T. White
Ann Burack-Weiss Roy L. Weiss
A detailed and thought-provoking history
Neil J. Young Margo Russell

Local Book Notes

That’s the thing about hearts: You never know who will get one.
Simon Van Booy Ellinor Stigle

By Richard Barons
“The Saltwater Frontier” is Andrew Lipman’s first book.
By Lucas Hunt
Antje Katcher at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor in 2013 for the release of her chapbook “For Bananafish.”