This week: a grandson’s compelling dive into his grandfather’s life as a WWII combat psychiatrist an his most famous patient, and a journalist’s journey into a college classroom where death is the subject.
Damaris Colhoun is a freelance writer, and recent graduate of Columbia Journalism School. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
From the mystery of neutrinos to the tragedy of Newtown.
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Two masters of the crime novel have new works: Jo Nesbo’s Police and George Pelecanos’s The Double.
From Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Paul Harding’s next book, to the story of mushroom foragers who supply fungal gold to the world’s best restaurants.