A pair of orphans make their way through life in the Greenwich Village of the 1960s.
The mystery of a murderer who targeted sex workers brings the victims' lives into view.
The lurid world of Victorian crime and the literature it made possible.
Was "Dancing in the Street" about something more than a party?
The tuneful life and lasting zest of a sweetly dry wit.
A political reporter's brief on the city Americans love to hate.
Can the man who coined "Seize the day" still teach us how to live vibrantly?
Five hundred years of history, in a pint glass.
Did our country's founders, inventors, and business leaders all have the same neurological quirk?
The voice of a young man's illness takes on an insidious power.
A hard-boiled icon's posthumous yarn hits the streets.
A physicist leads readers through the history of going where we want to.
The true story of an unlikely crime-fighting duo: Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, on the trail of a scandalous murderer.
A novelist tries to make very modern music out of a work of fiction.
Can the CIA director's soul be saved by an editor's idiosyncratic methods?
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