Reviews

Typical rhetoric surrounding slavery in the United States evokes images of sprawling Southern plantations, white brutality and black resistance and …

I had a hard time believing Fourth of July Creek is Smith Henderson’s first novel because it reads elegantly, with …

The title, Godforsaken Idaho, is attention-grabbing, to say the least. Admittedly, it was the reason I picked this book up …

We join British journalist and photographer Will Storr for the first time in the hot Australian town of Devil, where …

Badluck Way is something of an enigma: it has political tension, a little blood, wandering and detailed prose and eloquent, …

Sherman Alexie’s newest fictional short story collection, Blasphemy, is a gritty assemblage of narratives that wander like the protagonists in …

On February 2, 1951, at Frenchman Flat, Nevada, a searing three-second flash could be seen for 500 miles. It was …

Too often, military histories of well-known battles focus on parts of a battle or parts of parts. This is especially …