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reviews, interviews and essays on books by Rick McGinnis

an amazon.com associates site - read more damn books! reviews DANGEROUS LIVES by Anthony Feinstein

THE GROUP OF SEVEN AND TOM THOMSON by David P. Silcox

THE ESSENTIAL GALBRAITH by John Kenneth Galbraith

EASTWARD TO TARTARY by Robert D. Kaplan

ONE MARKET UNDER GOD by Thomas Frank

BURIED ALIVE by Jan Bondeson and THE MUMMY CONGRESS by Heather Pringle

INTERVIEW NIALL FERGUSON economic historian
 
reviews THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER AND CLAY by Michael Chabon

IN FOR A PENNY, IN FOR A POUND by Howard Hewer

SALON'S WANDERLUST by Don George, ed.

DID ADAM AND EVE HAVE NAVELS? by Martin Gardner

INTERVIEW PICO IYER travel writer
 
reviews THE GOLDEN AGE by Gore Vidal

BIOGRAPHY OF A GERM by Arno Karlen

ONE GOOD TURN by Witold Rybczynski

DRIVING MR. ALBERT by Michael Paterniti

ESSAY STILL IN KANSAS: an essay on futurists
 
reviews HOOKING UP by Tom Wolfe

WHEN I LIVED IN MODERN TIMES by Linda Grant

KATIE.COM by Katherine Tarbox

A MASSIVE SWELLING by Cintra Wilson

INTERVIEW WILLIAM GOLDMAN screenwriter
 
reviews BETTER LIVING by Mark Kingwell

MACHINE BEAUTY by David Gelernter

TRUDEAU'S SHADOW by Andrew Cohen and J.L. Granatstein, eds.

LAST STOP, PARIS by Michael McLoughlin

STALIN by Edvard Radzinsky

EAT THE RICH by P.J. O'Rourke

THE CULT OF IMPOTENCE by Linda McQuaig

DIGITAL DELIRIUM by Arthur & Marilouise Kroker, eds.

A CANADA OF LIGHT by B.W. Powe


 
 
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