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Bookstore Window: Birdwatching in Central Park, two Jews desperate to be polite at a Roman mass, and a novel inspired by legends from ancient Cornwall
Bookstore Window: Blowing the lid off injuries in professional football, a thriller to lose sleep over, and job-hunting in Ohio's poorest county
Bookstore Window: In this week’s Bookstore Window: Taking the yoga detective genre by storm, becoming Jewish in New York, and a prizewinning author declaring she’s not a writer.
Bookstore Window: An author writes for her dying father, another remembers her mother teaching her to recite poetry, and a third considers Thanksgivvukah.
Bookstore Window: European bicycling in Nebraska, writing for animal rights, and a treasure-hunting duo saves Japan.
Bookstore Window: Frontier justice, a teenage girl ninja, and the funniest call for submissions you'll read all week
Bookstore Window: Bela Lugosi's still dead, an elephant talks to God, and what the government shutdown means to you
Bookstore Window: A babirusa in the bathtub; commandeering a jet; and the two things you must do every day
The usefulness of fame; seeking your father-in-law’s permission to adopt; and at last, the novel that will help you lose those last five pounds while saving a baby seal under a rainbow.
Bookstore Window: Networking no-nos for authors, how to decide if voting really matters, and asking squirrels for the secrets of leadership
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Remembering the Mob on Father’s Day; an Ethiopian shepherd boy’s magical quest; and an author who really should have read Plato
In this week’s Bookstore Window: A shocking salmon scandal, writing characters that give us courage, and breaking up with the past.
In this week’s Bookstore Window: A letter from Isaac Asimov, Midnight’s Children is a movie, and Henry VIII’s little sister faces a choice
In this week’s Bookstore Window: A literary picture show, a Guggenheim fellowship, and perspectives on Mother’s Day
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Indian influences in Japan, a new best-seller about Zelda Fitzgerald, and why don’t more vampires move to Canada?
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Lesser-known film noir, an author misses telling lies, and feeling less-than-“blorft”
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Women on both sides of the Israel/Palestine conflict; a Californian’s New York stories; and adventure at the Grand Canyon
In this week’s Bookstore Window: 700 dolls for sale, Valentine’s Day horror stories, and a love letter to Detroit.
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Prayer beads on the subway; poetry declared dead (again); and the Smithsonian acquires an intriguing cache of old photos.
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Red Room Classifieds launched; a John Steinbeck mystery; fascinated first impressions of India
In this week’s Bookstore Window: On Being Not Dead, A Titanic Murder Mystery, and Thomas Keller Bakes For Us!
In this week’s Bookstore Window: A Streetcar Named Desire turns 55, delving deep into Lake Tahoe, and avoiding the peril of lawn darts
In this week’s Bookstore Window: The return of Lemony Snicket, marching on Gettysburg with a twelve-year-old, and a feminist legal pioneer
In this week’s Bookstore Window: Post-Hurricane Surfing, Zombie Juvenile Delinquents, and a Movie-Star Dog