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    Book Review

    1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music

    By Andrew Grant Jackson

    An entertaining exploration of the cultural events and music that defined a decade.

    Book Review

    The Buried Giant

    By Kazuo Ishiguro

    A master storyteller spins a tale for the ages.

    Independent Voice

    Not every great book makes a great movie.

    Beyond The Book

    An Arlington, VA-based publisher with a soft spot for translations.

    Book Review

    A History of Loneliness

    By John Boyne

    A fictionalized exploration of a real-life church scandal, told through the eyes of an Irish priest.

    Book Review

    The Glittering World

    By Robert Levy

    Hauntingly inventive, this debut page-turner of a novel is as creative as it is creepy.

    Book Review

    An insider's chronicle of scribes' ever-changing world.

    Feature

    Meet one of the renowned participants in Books Alive! 2015

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    We Are Pirates

    By Daniel Handler

    This darkly comic, modern-day tale focuses more on suburban strife than the seven seas.

    Author Q&A

    The Lodger is Louisa Treger’s fictionalized account of Dorothy Miller Richardson’s early life and love affairs: from her involvement on the fringes of women’s suffrage to her coming of age as a writer in England. Here, Treger discusses feminism, fidelity, and the complexity of relationships.