Articles tagged with: books
Help! I love love true crime, but ever since I had a baby I get weepy when I hear about murder (especially kids or their parents dying).
Would love suggestions on new reading material. I love British mysteries, especially if they are a series.
So, there's a short story I read in high school that I remember very little about, except for a few key details:
This is a book my mother used to read with me back in the day (late '70s, early '80s), and we used to laugh and laugh. Somewhere along the way I lost the book. I …
Mark Blankenship joins me to talk about Mark Yarm's oral history of grunge.
Managers, Watchmen, and more stuff I'm thinking about.
It's hard to describe what I found so appealing about Jerre Mangione's The Dream And The Deal.
I wondered, at a certain point in Nathaniel Philbrick's detailed narrative of Custer's Last Stand, why he was spending such a long time on other soldiers in another company, on another hill, trying to survive …
Robert Greenfield's Exile On Main St. is a season in hell with thirdhand gossip.
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