The Up Stairs Lounge fire in New Orleans takes its place in the history of civil rights and gay liberation—and in a new book by Robert W. Fieseler.
Morocco holds a lot of space in the imagination of writers, readers, and visitors—and continues to in Christine Mangan’s debut novel, 'Tangerine,' about two young women who reconnect and come to grief in 1956 Tangier.
Paul French's 'City of Devils' spins a cautionary tale of gambling, dope, and vice in 1930s and ’40s Shanghai.
The charming first entry in Mario Giordano’s mystery series, 'Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions,' features a lusty Bavarian of a certain age.
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