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A COLUMN ABOUT GIFTS, BEGINNING, JOYOUSLY, WITH . . . THE GIFT: How the Creative Spirit Transforms the World by Lewis Hyde (Vintage). The new paperback edition of this leading contender for the … more
ANYTHING FOR YOU by Saul Black (St. Martin's). Just the second novel, after four years (2015's THE KILLING LESSON), in what it's reasonable to expect will be one of the strongest thriller series … more
ALL THIS COULD BE YOURS by Jami Attenberg (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). Serious novelist of family life, Attenberg, that the column was inexcusably late in discovering (her most recent novel, two … more
OLIVE, AGAIN by Elizabeth Strout (Random House). Again really is the word, here. This new book is every bit the equal of her OLIVE KITTERIDGE, of 2008, a great American novel and an immortal … more
EXPOSURE: POISONED WATER, CORPORATE GREED, and One Lawyer's Twenty-Year Battle against DuPont by Robert Bilott (Atria). Well, yes, yet another exposé of corporate evildoing, so soon after the last … more
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