Echoes of Nabokov and Fitzgerald ring through the life and death of a Colombian drug runner.
The Roma roots and world-conquering rhythms of an unclassifiable band.
Listening to baseball through the voice of one of its greatest chroniclers.
Two comic book imitators in love learn the joys and perils of role playing.
A memoir of familial dysfunction delivers rousing, honest drama.
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.
Love in full flower can be hard to tell from a doomed obsession.
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.
A century-spanning epic of bittersweet marriages and friendships concludes.
A disappearance on the East River looms large over a close-knit Brooklyn crew.
Kate Christensen on her new memoir Blue Plate Special and the ability of food to invoke a banquet of memories.
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