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Douglas Wilson
In praise of gratitude.
Sarah Ruden
Mistaking inspirations for their Source.
Lauren F. Winner
18th-century Britain's passion for porcelain.
Jared Hickman
The Mormon imagination.
Stan Guthrie
All religions don't lead in the same direction.
Allen C. Guelzo
An autobiography that could never be finished.
Philip Jenkins
Jim Thompson and the sins of the father.
Laura Bramon Good
The much-heralded first novel by Karen Russell.
Robert Siegel
An eco-fantasy set in the Pacific Northwest.
David Martin
African Christians in New York City.
Mark R. Gornik
Glimpses of inner-city churches.
Timothy Larsen
Flaubert and Flo.
Betty Smartt Carter
The life and art of Edith Piaf.
LaVonne Neff
The strange tale of a Jewish convert to Islam.
Robert Joustra and Alissa Wilkinson
Food politics: point and counterpoint.
Alan Jacobs
The premodern flood of scholarly information.
Ronald A. Wells
The leader of the Latino civil rights movement.
Russ Pulliam
The usable legacy of the Clapton Sect.
Karl W. Giberson
Is truth this much stranger than fiction?
Amy Julia Becker
A conversation with Carlos Eire.
Naomi Schaefer Riley
Andrew Ferguson's quest to get his son into a good college.
Stranger in a Strange Land: John Wilson
Three poets.
Brett Foster
Amy Julia Becker
Down syndrome a generation ago.
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