In Sometimes You Have to Lie, Leslie Brody traces the origin story of author Louise Fitzhugh and her children's classic, Harriet the Spy.
Courting Justice: Vanderbilt law scholar Sara Mayeux chronicles the role of the public defender in American history.
Spenser Hits 50: Ace Atkins keeps the action going in Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me.
A lonely young woman becomes a murder suspect in R.J. Jacobs’ new novel, "Somewhere in the Dark."
Nashville author Ariel Lawhon’s latest is a masterful novel about an unsung World War II heroine.
Intrigue in Spain: Mike Maden hits another bullseye with Tom Clancy Firing Point
Frail and failing, retired detective Buck Schatz defends lethal punishment for a serial killer he put away.
Say Nothing weaves the unsolved case of a disappeared Belfast mother into a history of the Troubles.
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