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Armed with a degree in the lucrative field of history, Chris has written for publications that vary from a small-town newspaper to a city magazine to national sites. He's probably reading a good book right this minute.

Review: 'Vera Wong' is an irresistible comic creation in San Francisco-set mystery

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'Good Morning America' picks Minneapolis writer's debut novel for June book club

Emma Törzs heads to New York this weekend to launch the discussion of "Ink, Blood, Sister, Scribe."

Review: 'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse' is a stone-cold classic

"Into the Spider-Verse" sequel sends Miles Morales on more adventures and reveals what's in his heart.

Burnsville native who dreams in Bulgarian wins share of International Booker Prize

The award for "Time Shelter" comes with a check for 50,000 pounds.

Looking for a sad book? Read 'em and weep

Seven books — fiction, nonfiction and a graphic novel — that cue the waterworks.

Review: When two moms drove their six kids off a cliff, this writer investigated what led them there

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Review: 'The Little Mermaid' puts a feminist spin on the classic animated gem

Melissa McCarthy is outstanding as sexy, villainous Ursula.

Review: 'Master Slave Husband Wife,' by Ilyon Woo

Books in brief

Keith Ellison to publish George Floyd trial diary Tuesday, with intro by Floyd's brother

Attorney General Keith Ellison kept a diary in 2021 as he directed the prosecution of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of

When a book becomes a play or movie, should you read it first?

"Murder on the Orient Express," at the Guthrie through July 2, offers a new chance to ponder the question.