Dennis Ross has served as a Middle East negotiator for four presidential administrations. His memoir follows the rollercoaster of American attitudes towards Israel.
Throughout his career, E.l. Doctorow has written some of the best fiction critic Nan Goldberg has read. But his latest novel, ‘Andrew’s Brain,’ seems outdated and irrelevant.
Gary Greenberg evaluates the process of creating the bible of the American Psychiatric Association in his new book. He finds the profession seriously unhinged.
‘The Wanting’ is only Michael Lavigne’s second novel, but you can pick out his signature style. Horror and humor are coiled around each other like the strands of DNA’s double helix.