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By Kathy Kacer

In The Night Spies, Gabi, her cousin Max, and her mother are forced into hiding in 1944 by increasingly murderous Nazi activity in their native Czechoslovakia. Mr. Kos, a sympathetic former employee, gives the family ... Read More »

November 25, 2003 | Filed under: Book news

By Frances Itani

The flood of books about the First World War never seems to end. In the past few years, we’ve had Niall Ferguson’s The Pity of War, John Keegan’s The First World War and of course, ... Read More »

November 25, 2003 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Lynn Crosbie

If you write an unflinchingly human portrait of a murderer, are you glamorizing his crimes? That’s the question Lynn Crosbie has posed in four previous poetry collections (most notoriously with her piece of true-crime poetry, ... Read More »

November 25, 2003 | Filed under: Poetry