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"I write about awful people," says Gay Talese, whose new book is THE VOYEUR'S MOTEL
A former police chief on his plan to fix policing in TO PROTECT AND SERVE:
UNBROKEN BRAIN explains why tough love and interventions often don't help treat addiction:
UNDERGROUND AIRLINES will start a lot of conversations, says critic @TheBookMaven
Okay, the costume's not great, but FAITH makes fat a force to reckon with.
HERE COMES THE SUN depicts a complex, heartbreakingly real Jamaica.
Meet Riri Williams -- she built her own battlesuit and now she's taking over for Iron Man:
COOK KOREAN! is a charming comic-book introduction to the delicious world of Korean food:
HERE COMES THE SUN explores the side of Jamaica that tourists don't see.
THE PRISONER OF HELL GATE is an infectious but ultimately unsatisfying tale of Typhoid Mary.
A HUNDRED THOUSAND WORLDS is a messy but charming road trip tale.
THE BIG SHEEP mixes up Raymond Chandler, Philip K. Dick and plenty of humor:
Human or machine -- can you tell who wrote these poems? (not-so-humble-brag: I got them all)
Was 1971 the greatest year in rock? NEVER A DULL MOMENT author David Hepworth says yes.
AS GOOD AS GONE isn't perfect, but author Larry Watson's love of the West shines through.
Anne Tyler clearly had fun with VINEGAR GIRL, and readers will too, says @hellermcalpin
Hot dog princesses everywhere will love HOT DOG TASTE TEST, says critic @EtelkaL
Fish have feelings too, says WHAT A FISH KNOWS author Jonathan Balcombe:
LOCALLY LAID updates THE EGG AND I for the 21st century:
It's almost the weekend! Want something to #ReadWatchBinge? We've got you covered:
Emma Cline's debut THE GIRLS is "thoroughly seductive," says reviewer @jeanczimmerman
Comedian Tig Notaro talks about her awful year (and a famous show) in I'M JUST A PERSON
Alain de Botton's new COURSE OF LOVE gets a little too academic, says @hellermcalpin
Introducing @NPR’s hi-tech book/movie/tv recommendation algorithm: HUMANZ. #ReadWatchBinge
In GREETINGS FROM UTOPIA PARK, Claire Hoffman recalls a childhood following the Maharishi:
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