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‘Land of Milk and Honey’ is a gourmand’s dream, and nightmare
‘Open Throat’ is the year’s best novel narrated by a queer mountain lion
Paul Murray’s ‘The Bee Sting’ reads like an instant classic
Tom Hanks’s first novel shows the hard work behind movie magic
In Dunya Mikhail’s ‘The Bird Tattoo,’ Iraqi women are sold as slaves
In Hernan Diaz’s ‘Trust,’ the rich are not like you and me
‘Mercy Street’ may be the last novel about abortion before Roe v. Wade is dismantled
Olga Tokarczuk’s ‘The Books of Jacob’ is finally here. Now we know why the Nobel judges were so awestruck.
In ‘The Fortune Men,’ a corrupt legal system frames an innocent man
Curtis Sittenfeld’s ‘Romantic Comedy’ finds love in an SNL-like place
‘The Sentence’ is among Louise Erdrich’s most magical novels
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