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Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print and Power by James McGrath Morris

The name “Joseph Pulitzer” is familiar because of the journalism awards given annually in his name. James McGrath Morris fleshes out the man, whose own contributions to journalism might never have won one of his prizes. He started out as … Continue reading

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Review: Half-Price Homicide by Elaine Viets

Helen Hawthorne’s latest “dead-end job” is at an upscale resale shop specializing in designer clothes and accessories. Mostly she seems to dust expensive tchotchkes. When a customer is murdered in the dressing room at Snapdragon’s Second Thoughts, our heroine is … Continue reading

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