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Murder, history, and a lotta powerful H2O.
Past, present, and future are represented in three recent crime-fiction offerings.
Historic preservation? It's just so yesterday.
A local author plumbs the bloody underside Of the Chicago World's Fair.
Phillip Margolin's latest legal thriller gives too much away.
McMurtry's latest frontier epic falls short.
The paradox of zero finally adds up.
In which the legendary Spenser reemerges as a female private eye.
How do local stations boost ratings? Give Seattle what it wants. Sex in the morning
The bloody Texan battle is captured in a compelling new novel.
Oscar the Grouch had better make room in his library.
A biography shows that Al's more complex than you'd think.
Two new books fight over the beginning of the American century.