... to say the least. Today The Inquirer did something unsual for an American newspaper: It actually expanded coverage of books. There's a full page of coverage in the Currents section, as well as a feature review by Inquirer book critic Carlin Romano off the front of Currents. Plus a couple of review in Arts & Entertainment. There were also podcasts with authors Lisa Scottoline and John Scalzi, but neither seems to have been linked to. Alas, alack! This happens when there is mor to do than people to do it.
At any rate, to make it easier - at least for those who visit this blog - here are links to all the reviews in today's Inquirer:
George De Stefano's An Offer We Can't Refuse: The Mafia in the Mind of America: Exploring the myth of the Mafia's grip.
John Scalzi's The Ghost Brigades: Futuristic commandos bond in a special way
Lisa Scottoline's Dirty Blonde: Scottoline's latest is entertainment at a clip
George Witte's The Apparitioners: A poet who makes subtle music with his words
Michael Rosenthal's Nicholas Miraculous: The Amazing Career of the Redoubtable Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler: Eminent anachronism of the 20th century
Gabrielle Zevin's Elsewhere: Young Adult Reader A story of death and rebirth that's funny and never mawkish
When the audio links are up, I'll link to them too.