The undercover private eye who took on organized crime in the Wild West.
An ominously mysterious murder in a college town leads a professor into a psychic abyss.
Compassion is the central theme in these essays from the author of State of Wonder and Bel Canto.
Rebellion, innovation, and a taste for brutality were all part of a championship season.
The author of Gulliver's Travels was a wit, a ladies' man, a champion of the oppressed -- and a mystery.
How darkness gathered in a Texas city.
An actor's journey into a mysterious role plays out against the aftermath of a dictatorial regime.
The political battles and journalistic triumphs of the Progressive Era have never looked so timely.
A history of etiquette suggests its spiritual dimension.
How a civilization built itself out of wood pulp and ink.
The creator of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever talks about the completion of a saga more than three decades in the making.
A former NBA judge searches through the final five for a book that could change your life.
On tour with Donald Fagen and Rod Stewart.
A novelist makes chamber drama out of Noël Coward's Jamaican twilight.
Have we underestimated the artist who became our "national frame of reference"?
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