Oct 29, 2012 — Liars are sometimes the best storytellers. Author Amy Wilson shares three books with less-than-trustworthy narrators.Who is your favorite unreliable narrator? Tell us in the comments.
Apr 6, 2011 — Good feuds can make for juicy stories, but terrible downfalls. Newfoundland author Michael Crummey suggests three books about grudge-fueled atrocities that tear towns and families apart. And even if his picks can't convince you to turn the other cheek, they're still pulse-quickening reads.
Dec 13, 2008 — Historian Karl Jacoby tells the story of an 1871 Indian massacre from four different perspectives in his new book, Shadows at Dawn. Jacoby talks with Jacki Lyden about the tragic event and its legacy.
May 20, 2006 — Toni Morrison's 1987 work Beloved is the best American novel of the past quarter-century. That's according to a vote of writers and critics who were invited to weigh in with their choices by The New York Times Book Review.
Aug 2, 2004 — Alan Cheuse reviews The Tarnished Eye by Midwestern writer Judith Guest. Cheuse says the book is a sweetheart of a novel, even though the plot is based around the slaying of an entire family.