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George Pelecanos’ ‘The Man Who Came Uptown’—An Homage to the Power of Literature George Pelecanos is The Man—in the awesome sense of the word. The uber-talented crime writer has demonstrated his excellence in some 20 previous best-selling novels as well…

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Lost Souls Share Their Story in Women’s Prison in Debra Jo Immergut’s ‘The Captives’ Although I follow many authors from book to book, which keeps a steady supply on my nightstand, I take an occasional suggestion from a reliable friend…

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Ripped From the Headlines: Daniel Silva’s “The Other Woman” Every summer, I look forward to reading the latest novel about Israeli super spy—and master art restorer—Gabriel Allon. As in the case of its 17 predecessors, D.C.-based author Daniel Silva’s 2018…

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Armchair Traveler: Latest Entries in Crime Series Offer Summer Intrigue I’m a lifelong voracious reader, particularly of contemporary fiction. Typically, I read with my morning coffee, before sleep—and when involved in a particularly wonderful book, any time I can steal…