Sunday, June 25, 2006

Today's Inquirer reviews ...

Gaiutra Bahadur likes Monica Ali's Alentejo Blue: Silence speaks volumes in a Portuguese village

David Cohen finds Anthony Arthur's biography of Upton Sinclair admirable and concise: 'Jungle' was part of stormy career

Roger Miller takes a look at the novel that made Sinclair famous - and made America's food more wholesome: Revolting disclosures caused radical change

Mike Schaffer (my illustrious predecessor as Inquirer book editor) has reservations about Walter Mosley's latest: "Fortunate Son" isn't among his best

Katie Haegele finds a beautifully drawn portrait in Julie Ann Peters's Between Mom and Jo: Young Adult Reader Nick has two moms, and they're not perfect

I am afraid we'll have to wait until tomorrow before I can link to Carlin Romano's excellent review Elaine Feinstein's biography of Anna Akhmatova. For some reason it isn't posted online yet.

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