A look at how the American soldier went from revolutionary musketeer to global cop.
Ward Sutton doles out a dozen cartoon takes on the year in reading.
Ward Sutton's illustrated review of Miguel Syuco's dazzling new tale of an author's mysterious death.
Ward Sutton's illustrated review of Daniel Okrent's new history of America's singular experiment in mass sobriety.
Ward Sutton on Yann Martel's intriguing follow-up to Life of Pi, in which a writer wrestles with a seemingly impossible subject.
A debut novel follows a married woman's affair with a man she meets while traveling -- and raises questions about love, sex, and commitment in an age of missed connections.
"Father Knows Books" returns to cast a cartoonist's (and parent's) eye over a new book for children, about a royal family and an uplifting scenario.
Ward Sutton reviews Charles Glass's new history of how American citizens survived, resisted, collaborated, and sometimes died during the Nazi occupation of the French capital.
Ward Sutton looks at a new annotated and illustrated edition of the letters from one of the most famously tormented personalities in the history of painting.
In a new visual review feature from Ward Sutton, the cartoonist (and parent) looks at Loren Long's new book Otis.
In the latest novel from John Irving, a father and son are on the run from a Javert-like pursuer.
Dave Eggers makes a novel out of Maurice Sendak's classic picture story. An illustrated review by Ward Sutton.
Ward Sutton's Illustrated review of I'm Dying Up Here: Heartbreak and High Times in Stand-Up Comedy's Golden Era
Ward Sutton's illustrated review of Pynchon's trip into detective fiction.
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