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A master historian on what a bitter feud between two Founding Fathers can teach us about our own volatile era in politics.
Elmore Leonard on fire.
How the Druids charted Europe (and the Romans took the credit).
Rules for readers in an era when distraction is de rigueur.
The finest heists, murders, capers, cops, robbers, and investigations from a year of great mysteries.
A fresh collection from the creator of Sam Spade and the Thin Man reveals a range that went beyond hard-boiled.
In this Twilight Zone–esque novel, we really are surrounded.
The creator of Harry Bosch and Mickey Haller on jazz, comparing American mystery writers to Scandinavian ones, and how crime novels report from society's front lines.
Musician Tracey Thorn on punk rock, feminism, motherhood, the radical sound of quiet, and her new memoir, Bedsit Disco Queen.
Two new books chart the journey of meat and dairy from farm to table.
A novel approach to judging the best romance of the year.
"The Father of Waters" shaped more than its meandering banks.
President Truman confronted a postwar world in collapse -- and a collapsing home to boot.
A philosophical detective story finds a dream state on the streets of London.
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