Moonglow

MOONGLOW While I was reading Michael Chabon’s Moonglow, I found myself […]
Jul 12, 2018 /

On Love, A Novel

ON LOVE, A NOVEL How many novels are written by philosophers? […]
Jul 5, 2018 /

The Bookseller

THE BOOKSELLER Ordinarily, I distrust a narrative strategy such as the […]
Jun 19, 2018 /

Grant

GRANT After reading Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton, I had some trepidation […]
May 7, 2018 /

Old Boys

OLD BOYS For those of us who relish old-fashioned, sophisticated spy […]
Apr 20, 2018 /

Prairie Fires

PRAIRIE FIRES: THE AMERICAN DREAMS OF LAURA INGALLS WILDER When I […]
Apr 16, 2018 /

A Gentleman in Moscow

A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW The year is 1922, the victorious Bolsheviks, […]
Mar 11, 2018 /

Widow

WIDOW A classic cast of characters populates Sara Dahmen’s novel, Widow. […]
Mar 9, 2018 /

After the Shot Drops

AFTER THE SHOT DROPS Randy Ribay delivers a morally complex narrative […]
Mar 8, 2018 /