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Pocket Review: The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel

The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher: Stories Hilary Mantel Henry Holt & Company, 2014 The worth of a book is in the reading, obviously, but there’s also a value to the conversation it creates. To the Lighthouse, Ulysses, On the Road—the aggregate comments they generated took on a life of its own. And a book doesn’t […]


Wolf Hall at the Door

I like to think I'm as immune to hype as anyone. Especially when it comes to the literary world, my thinking is that I'm exposed to enough of it, and get such ample opportunity to follow up and see how the little man behind the curtain isn't always wearing clothes, I should be pretty well […]