Tag Archives: Maine books

Real ‘Most Interesting Man in the World’? Bangor author’s experience makes books shine

Not long ago, I was talking with a friend of mine. It turns out he knew Denis Dauphinee, an author I’d recently interviewed. “He’s great. He is the real, live ‘Most Interesting Man in the World,’” my friend told me. Can’t say that I disagree. Dauphinee, who goes by “D,” has worked as a farmer, […]

Fournier’s ‘Birds of a Feather’ a true Maine classic

Two years ago, I had the pleasure of reading and recommending Paul Fournier’s first book, “Tales from Misery Ridge.” The tales that the book contained were compelling, well-written, and I was confident that BDN readers would enjoy it. Since then, I’ve heard from several who agreed with my assessment, and loved the stories shared by […]