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Alan Parks on Drugs, Noir, and Glasgow in the 1970s

The author of the Harry McCoy novels talks about conjuring up a city and an era.

April 9, 2021  By Peter Handel

The Women of the OSS:
On The Pioneering American Spies of WWII

35% of those serving in the OSS, the precursor to the CIA, were women, and yet their stories have only begun to be told.

April 9, 2021  By Jane Healey

Why Traveling Through Fiction Is a Form of Ecotourism

Nine International Novels to Offset Your Carbon Footprint

April 9, 2021  By Jeffrey Siger

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From Brett Riley's latest novel, Lord of Order


From C.S. Harris's latest novel, What the Devil Knows


From David James Keaton's latest novel, She Was Found in a Guitar Case


From Flynn Berry's latest novel, Northern Spy