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by | Feb 24, 2021

The Spymaster of Baghdad: A True Story of Bravery, Family, and Patriotism in the Battle against ISIS Margaret Coker (Dey…

by | Feb 14, 2021

The Bona Fide Legend of Cool Papa Bell: Speed, Grace, and the Negro Leagues Lonnie Wheeler (Abrams Press, 341 pages,$28)…

by | Feb 12, 2021

The COVID-19 Catastrophe: What’s Gone Wrong and How To Stop It Happening Again Richard Horton (Polity, Second Edition, 180 pages,…

by | Jan 24, 2021

I suspect Joan Didion would be amused to learn that I keep her on my obituary watch. The 86-year-old essayist…

by | Jan 19, 2021

The Blessing and the Curse: The Jewish People and Their Books in the Twentieth Century By Adam Kirsch (W. W….

by | Dec 24, 2020

President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden are quite different from each other. It is obvious in their personalities and…

by | Dec 11, 2020

As guilty pleasures go, reading detective fiction is one of the more harmless. With the right sleuth, animated by an…

by | Nov 14, 2020

Just after Christopher Nolan finished the script of Batman Begins, he took it down to Michael Caine’s house, unbidden, and…

by | Apr 22, 2020

The story of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and one of his lovers, Dr. Edith Farnsworth, begins with a…

by | Dec 27, 2019

It is no secret that Mark Levin writes great, insightful books. Whether discussing the Supreme Court in Men in Black, examining the…

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