Book Review

Birdcage Walk

By Helen Dunmore

An ill-conceived setting hobbles this otherwise promising novel.

Beyond The Book

What do book lovers have queued up on their nightstands and ready to read before lights-out? We asked one of them, and here’s what he said.

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    The Radical Right isn't as bad as you think, says the seasoned journalist in Alt-America. It's worse.

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      This new work charts FDR’s heroics and weaknesses but offers no fresh insights into America’s “third-greatest” president.

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      The Ruined House: A Novel

      By Ruby Namdar; translated by Hillel Halkin

      This breathtaking tale of a prominent professor's undoing is expertly woven with biblical passages.

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      The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve

      By Stephen Greenblatt

      The influential theorist who founded new historicism delivers his take on the West’s origin story.

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      This “balanced, scholarly, and highly readable” new work captures the history-altering Bolshevik’s human side.

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      You'll enjoy this winning collection whether the wild calls to you or not.

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      Lie to Me: A Novel

      By J.T. Ellison

      This psychological thriller will have you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

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      Oriana Fallaci: The Journalist, the Agitator, the Legend

      By Cristina De Stefano; translated by Marina Harss

      A close examination of the controversial reporter’s life.