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The House at Belle Fontaine | Book review
While Tuck's incisive prose is admirable, her short-story collection offers few opportunities for a reader to invest emotionally.
TransAtlantic by Colum McCann | Book review
McCann's new novel not only traverses time and space, but proves itself a supple, disarmingly casual work connecting the historic with the everyday.
A Delicate Truth by John le Carré | Book review
Though the prolific espionage writer maintains command of a thorny subject, in his most recent piece of brainy fiction, le Carré's reach falls short.
The Peripatetic Coffin by Ethan Rutherford | Book review
The dark comedy in Rutherford's debut is staggeringly good, but while exploring all the ways in which a person can be trapped, he may give readers PTSD.
Keith Koeneman writes a Mayor Daley bio
The first book on Richard M. Daley is a balanced survey.
The Devil and the Detective by John Goldbach | Book review
A debut noir takes unexpected turns.
Julia Sweeney | If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Your Mother
The former SNL star reads from her hilarious book on parenting.
The Fun Parts by Sam Lipsyte | Book review
Lipsyte refines his storytelling style.
Relish: My Life in the Kitchen | Book review
Cartoonist Lucy Knisley crafts a food-centric memoir.
Any Deadly Thing by Roy Kesey | Book review
Kesey crafts a masterful story collection.