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‘A Life of Reinvention’: Brilliant biography seeks to shed light on enigmatic leader Malcolm X


Manning Marable spent the final two decades of his life working on “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention,” a book that has been called the definitive biography of Malcolm Little, a/k/a Detroit Red and, most famously, Malcolm X.

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The first Mrs. Hemingway tells her side of the story

In her runaway best-selling novel, “The Paris Wife,” Paula McLain asks readers to imagine the life of a talented, smart, educated and fairly well-to-do 28-year-old woman who has no prospect of becoming a wife.

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James Patterson’s credibility sorely tested with holiday book

OK. “The Christmas Wedding,” by James Patterson is just plain silly.

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Julia Child charms with ‘My Life in France’

After seeing the award-winning movie, “Julie & Julia,” based on a young housewife’s attempt to cook her way through Julia Child’s (1912-2004) groundbreaking “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” (1963), I wanted to know more about Ms. Child’s early life in France.
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Why I’ve read my last Stuart Woods book

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If you’ve followed New York Times best-selling author Stuart Woods’ alter-ego Stone Barrington for any length of time, you know several things.
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