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  • American Crisis, Southern Solutions: From Where We Stand, Peril and Promise
    Spears, illuminates how environmental issues have dovetailed with the Civil Rights movement, "prompted in part by a 1987 report on environmental racism, Toxic Wastes and Race."
    03/03/2008
  • Homo Politicus: The Strange and Scary Tribes That Run Our Government
    This amusing and shrewd look at Washington politicians, bureaucrats and even Milbank's fellow reporters is endlessly entertaining, and Johnny Heller is in on the joke.
    02/25/2008
  • Death Was the Other Woman
    Rita, who reports her missing boyfriend and hires Dex, sounds every bit like a film noir dame.
    02/25/2008
  • Souled Out: Reclaiming Faith and Politics After the Religious Right
    The latest from reporter and author Dionne (Why Americans Hate Politics ) is a highly worthy alternative to polarizing arguments regarding religion, whether pro or con (“neo-atheist” tracts like Christopher Hitchens's God Is Not Great ).
    01/28/2008
  • Traffic
    Goldsmith, the high-priest of what he has called “uncreative writing,” has pulled other similar stunts—such as a year of radio weather reports (The Weather ).
    12/17/2007
  • Bound by Blood
    New Orleans detective Jack Brenner learns that death row inmate Emmett Graves has information on the murder of Brenner's cousin, David, and another young civil rights worker more than 30 years earlier in Bon Terre, La.
    12/03/2007
  • Single Mama Drama
    CNN reports that Eli not only was still married but was seeing another woman, whose outraged husband shot and killed the pair with a bow and arrow.
    11/26/2007
  • Homecoming
    This mysterious work, with similarities to The Odyssey , offers tantalizing clues to a deeper mystery, that of the identity of Debauer’s father, reported dead after the war.
    10/15/2007
  • Elijah of Buxton
    The rest of his celebrity, Elijah reports in his folksy vernacular, stems from a “tragical” event.
    09/10/2007
  • The Complete Turtle Trader: The Legend, the Lessons, the Results
    Their trading made $100 million for Dennis, leading some to become highly successful traders in their own right.
    08/13/2007
  • The Wolf of Wall Street
    As might be expected in the autobiography of a veteran con man with movie rights already sold, it's hard to know how much to believe.
    08/13/2007
  • A Black & Evil Truth
    In this novel, Kolchak's long-suffering edi-tor, Tony Vincenzo, dispatches the reporter to West Virginia to investigate a bizarre impossible murder that left a yogurt plant super-visor eviscerated.
    07/30/2007
  • The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed the Bishop?
    Novelist Goldman (The Divine Husband , etc.) pursues in his first nonfiction book the infamous murder of Bishop Juan Gerardi, the Guatemalan human rights leader murdered after the release of his multivolume report on the genocidal terror campaign led by the army in the 1980s and '90s
    07/30/2007
  • Nanny State: How Food Fascists, Teetotaling Do-Gooders, Priggish Moralists, and Other Boneheaded Bureaucrats Are Turning America into a Nation of Children
    Harsanyi also trashes the religious right for trying to legislate morality.
    07/23/2007
  • Parrotfish
    Grady deals with a bully who is bent on his humiliation, but makes friends with an offbeat boy writing a report on spotlight parrotfish (which also change from female to male), and attracts the attention of a biracial girl.
    07/16/2007

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