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Captain Marlow

2 oz. Knappogue Castle 12-year-old Irish whiskey
1 oz. Warre's Otima 10-year-old tawny port
.25 oz. Grand Marnier
10 drops Urban Moonshine Maple Bitters
1 tsp. lemon juice

Stir all with ice. Strain into chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

It's cause for celebration when David Mitchell releases a new novel. Since September brings us The Bone Clocks, we bring you the Captain Marlow.

The Irish whiskey is a nod to the background of Mitchell's main character, Holly Sykes. Port, though, adds a bit of posh because Hugo Lamb - the dark to Holly's light - might think just the whiskey would be slumming. He'd be wrong, of course, but Hugo's wrong about a lot of things.

Sláinte!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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In this Newbery Honor Award from the author who co-created The Spiderwick Chronicles, we follow Poppy, Zach, and Alice, who still play pretend even though all their peers have graduated to more age appropriate activities. Just when the reality of growing up begins to rip the group of friends from their world of pirates and battles, a real quest falls into their laps. Eager to hold onto their adolescence, and also find magic in the real world, these three set out to put to rest an earthbound spirit. This is a spine chilling, coming of age story that blurs the line between truth and fiction! I had a hard time reading this one before bed! It's definitely one for kids who don't mind some spookiness.

-- Aili from Books Inc. Bulingame

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