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  • A Place a Little Unfamiliar, A Little Forgotten: PW Talks with Tim Sultan

    "Sunny’s Nights: Lost and Found at a Bar on the Edge of the World" is the story of the remarkable Sunny Balzano and the haven he provided to a group of misfits in a neighborhood that the rest of New York City left behind.

  • Edinburgh in 2034: PW Talks with Paul Johnston

    Murder and politics collide in Johnston’s seventh Scottish mystery, "Skeleton Blues."

  • A Weird, Wonderful, Tiny Place: PW Talks with Rufi Thorpe

    In "Dear Fang, with Love," Lucas and his teenage daughter, Vera, spend the summer in Vilnius, Lithuania, where they begin to see each other and themselves in unexpected ways.

  • Four Questions for… Ruta Sepetys

    PW spoke with Sepetys about her latest book, 'Salt to the Sea,' which chronicles four teens fleeing Prussia at the end of World War II and culminates in one of history's biggest and least-known maritime disasters.

  • Four Questions for... Cassandra Clare

    The many fans of Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments series are counting down the days until the March 8 release of 'Lady Midnight,' the first book in a new series, The Dark Artifices.

  • A Nod to Sherlock Holmes: PW Talks with M.R.C. Kasasian

    M.R.C. Kasasian's latest whodunnit features a Victorian detective duo that, if not inspired by Holmes and Watson, do have a surprise relationship.

  • Q & A with Marilyn Nelson

    Celebrated author and poet Marilyn Nelson's latest verse novel, 'American Ace,' chronicles one Italian-American man's discovery that his father was not really his father, and he was most likely the son of an African-American pilot in World War II.

  • Four Questions for...Dean Strang of 'Making a Murderer'

    The author and attorney, who's emerged as the unlikely star of the Netflix documentary series, explains why human frailty is what makes the law both interesting and infuriating.

  • Bringing Back Nero and Archie

    Robert Goldsborough revives Rex Stout's classic sleuthing pair, Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin, in his new novel, Stop the Presses!

  • Four Questions for....Chris Grabenstein

    Chris Grabenstein's second book featuring an eccentric billionaire named Mr. Lemoncello picks up where his first one left off, expanding the book's library clue-searching game across the country.

  • Sadly Happy: PW Talks with Sayed Kashua

    “Native: Dispatches from an Israeli-Palestinian Life” is a collection of columns written for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz by Kashua, who teaches at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

  • Dancing on Fire: PW talks with Miroslav Penkov

    Bulgarian-born Penkov’s debut novel, "Stork Mountain," follows a young man as he travels back to the land of his ancestors to search for his grandfather.

  • On Nordic Cooking: PW Talks with Magnus Nilsson

    Magnus Nilsson, proprietor of Sweden’s Faviken restaurant and author of The Nordic Cookbook, discusses meatballs, herring, and open-faced sandwiches.

  • Good Stories Are About Bad Days: PW Talks with T. Greenwood

    The latest from Greenwood, author of 10 novels, is "Where I Lost Her," about an unhappy woman encountering a little girl one night in the middle of a country road in rural Vermont.

  • Balancing Two Series: PW Talks with Mark Greaney

    Greaney’s fifth Gray Man thriller, "Back Blast," focuses on the exploits of ex-CIA operative Court Gentry.

  • When Closing the Case Is Only Half the Story

    Once upon time, happily-ever-afters in major crimes consisted of making an arrest. We all know the scene at the end of the classic mystery: the butler did it! Ah-ha! Case closed.

  • Asleep at the Wheel: PW Talks with Eli Sanders

    In "While the City Slept," Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Sanders investigates a monstrous crime.

  • Q & A with Estelle Laure

    'This Raging Light' is debut author Estelle Laure's story of 17-year-old Lucille, who is trying to care for her younger sister Wren after their mother takes off.

  • A History of Beards, From the Assyrians to ZZ Top

    In 'Of Beards and Men: The Revealing History of Facial Hair,' Christopher Oldstone-Moore examines how the popularity of beards is tied to evolving definitions of masculinity and conformity.

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