Noteworthy July 2016

We celebrate the creativity of our city’s writers and musicians.

Little Indiana
Where was James Dean’s hometown? What do A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti and Al Unser have in common besides winning the Indy 500? Where was the world’s first theme park? Find these answers in “Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations.” Featuring towns of 15,000 or fewer residents, “Little Indiana” explores where to eat, stay, play and shop in more than 90 small Hoosier towns just in time for summer road trips.
$23 Available at iupress.indiana.edu

Honest Eats
Fort Wayne authors Keith Elchert and Laura Weston-Elchert spent months combing the Lincoln Highway to bring us “Honest Eats: Celebrating the Rich Food History of Indiana’s Historic Lincoln Highway.” Included are nearly 100 mostly restaurants, with a few surprises along the way and recipes from time-honored dishes. Photography by Fort Wayne’s Brian Tombaugh beautifully captures small-town Indiana.
$39.95 Available at mtpublishing.com

Winds of Betrayal
Fort Wayne author Monica Koldyke Miller’s new novel in her Betrayal series explores dark twists and turns of lies and the past. It seems Reagan Burnsfield has an ideal life, but when a cryptic letter begs for help, shadowy memories are stirred.
$19.99 Available at amazon.com

First appeared in the July 2016 issue of Fort Wayne Magazine.

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