... my review of John Banville's Benjamin Black thriller: Prize-winner offers his first crime novel.
Carlin Romano on Milan Kundera: Kundera's musings on the novel.
Glenn Altschuler on Lincoln's Smile and Other Enigmas: Essayist explores act, art of seeing.
Michael McHale takes to the road with Colum McCann: Compelling look at a Gypsy's life .
Allen Barra is much taken with Kurt Anderson's Heyday: Two for the road through America, 1848 .
Martha Woodall thinks Kimg Hurley may be on to something: Business thriller is a promising debut .
Katie Haegele's DigitaLit column looks at another Michael Betcherman email mystery: Follow the adventures of 'Suzanne' via a flurry of e-mails .
During the past week, Karen Heller really liked Vendela Vida's Let the Northern Lights
Erase Your Name: She heads north to a fresh start.
Finally, Sandy Bauers likes the sound of Down Under: The Aussie accent and lingo carry us along down under.