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Story brightens to Technicolor

11/19/20

Like the 1939 movie version of The Wizard of Oz, Rachel Joyce’s new novel, Miss Benson’s Beetle, starts out in black and white and then opens up...

‘Memorial’ glides like dance

11/19/20

‘Memorial, by Bryan Washington, follows the complex relationship between Benson, a Black day care teacher, and Mike, a Japanese American chef. The...

When Peter Frampton was a child, he busted his father on Christmas morning giving him an acoustic guitar dressed as Santa. “And from 3:30 in the...

Reacher stays the course

11/19/20

The cover of The Sentinel, the 25th thriller in the wildly popular Jack Reacher series, declares that it was written by Lee Child and Andrew Child,...

With the possible exception of parks, perhaps no use of the land is viewed more favorably in America than a small farm. It’s encompasses all the...

An elegy is a mournful poem expressing regret for something lost. Ayad Akhtar’s brilliant new novel, Homeland Elegies, mourns an America that has...

The African American man whose beating by Los Angeles police ignited civil upheaval in 1992 famously said later: “Can’t we all just get along?”The...

The real-life setting for J. Keith Saliba’s book is an isolated, heavily fortified frontier outpost In Vietnam’s West-Central Highlands near the...

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