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Book review: ‘The Lower River,’ by Paul Theroux – Washington Post

Former Peace Corps volunteers sometimes like to take sentimental journeys back to the towns and villages where they spent a couple of years expanding their world views and doing useful work. I’ve gone on such a visit myself, and it’s gratifying.

Book review: ‘The Obamians’ examines a small, powerful inner circle – Los Angeles Times

Back in 2004, when James Mann wrote “Rise of the Vulcans: The History of Bush’s War Cabinet,” he took full advantage of the sarcastic nickname that President George W. Bush’s foreign policy advisors gave themselves. It not only captured their …

Book Review Podcast: The How-To Issue – New York Times Blogs

This week, the New York Times Book Review offers a special “how-to” issue, including essays about the craft of writing by Colson Whitehead, Roger Rosenblatt and Augusten Burroughs. Elsewhere in the issue, Nicholas Confessore reviews Samuel L.

Book review: ‘The Candidate’ by Samuel Popkin – Washington Post

For any political operative of baby-boom vintage, “The Candidate” is a title that evokes the great 1972 movie starring Robert Redford as an idealistic Senate hopeful who surprisingly defeats an incumbent after an ambivalent rendezvous with conscience.

Book Review Podcast: The How-To Issue – New York Times Blogs

This week, the New York Times Book Review offers a special “how-to” issue, including essays about the craft of writing by Colson Whitehead, Roger Rosenblatt and Augusten Burroughs. Elsewhere in the issue, Nicholas Confessore reviews Samuel L.

Book Review: Tana French delivers another winner – WonderWall

“Broken Harbor,” the fourth novel in Tana French’s Dublin Murder Squad series, takes its name from the former seaside resort where Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy (the by-the-book detective who antagonizes Frank Mackey in 2010′s “Faithful Place”) vacationed as a …

BOOK REVIEW: Every Night the Trees Disappear – YAHOO!

My goal is always to find out more about man himself, and film is my means,” says Werner Herzog near the beginning of Every Night the Trees Disappear, a penetrating study of the German director’s eccentric working methods. “Alan Greenberg has now looked at …

ACC book review: How the media guides measure up – CBS Sports

Seven years ago, the NCAA passed a rule to reign in an area of college athletics that had gotten out of control—the media guide. In response to a University of Missouri guide that ran 614 pages, the NCAA put a 208-page limit on the publications.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Higher Education Bubble’ – Washington Times

University of Tennessee law professor and blogger Glenn “Instapundit” Reynolds begins “The Higher Education Bubble” with a quote and an explanation. The quote is the late economist Herb Stein, father of Ben Stein, reminding us that …

Find Book Review Guidelines with Our Expert Author – PRLog (free press release)

We all know that, book reviews are disappeared of print publications and are switching to online services Book Reviews, these days. Following are some guidelines for Book Reviews that reviewers should consider and some attributes authors should find for in …