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MYSTERY REVIEW: "Northwest Angle"

MYSTERY REVIEW: "Northwest Angle"

Family, faith and failings are at the heart of this latest Cork O'Connor installment.
Keeping secrets

Keeping secrets

Private investigator Cork O'Connor discovers the bodies of six women buried in an Iron Range mine.
The hacker who keeps readers riveted

The hacker who keeps readers riveted

Lisbeth Salander lives to fight injustice another day, with the help of investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist and a growing circle of friends.

True grit polishes writers' tales of poverty's grasp

The difficulty of moving up from hardscrabble to middle class leaves an indelible mark - described here beautifully in a series of essays by women who have gone through it.
Expanding horizons

Expanding horizons

In this latest Cork O'Connor mystery, Cork's wife vanishes in the mountains of Wyoming.
A burning hate

A burning hate

Stieg Larsson's Lisbeth Salander returns without her wasp tattoo but with an unforgiving grudge against misogynist men.
Memories of loss and anguish in Mexico

Memories of loss and anguish in Mexico

Fifty years after the Yankees invaded Mexico City, one man is still haunted by the events -- and his response.

'Strain' is vividly drawn

BOOK REVIEW A thriller writer and the author of "Pan's Labyrinth" team up on a surreal, suspenseful mystery about a plane full of dead people and, yes, there are vampires.
READERS' FEAST

READERS' FEAST

Novels and memoirs with food memories and recipes have become all the rage. Here are four recent ones that serve up good stories, with lots of tasty details.
'Queens' get, give good advice

'Queens' get, give good advice

A good-natured memoir about the warmth and wisdom of women.
An open book

An open book

Staid small-town life is filled with big surprises, and irony, in this debut novel.
'Singer' offers up an engaging tune

'Singer' offers up an engaging tune

George Rabasa has created a sympathetic schlump who finally has a chance to leverage himself out of mediocrity.
Minnesota mystery cuts like a 'Knife'

Minnesota mystery cuts like a 'Knife'

The latest Cork O'Connor mystery explores the ties of history and community in a small Minnesota town.
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