Murder is everywhere in these new mysteries The remains of a dock's stone pilings protrude from Lake Superior "like the vertebrae of a broken spine as if just below the surface there might be the skeleton ... Lola is a short-tempered, whiskey-drinking loner with an Attitude. She doesn't carry ... 10/18/2013 - 7:49 am | View Link
New mysteries include works by Wiley Cash, Kiernan Shields Regular readers of this column know I've been impressed with the recent wave of Southern crime writers - Tom Franklin's "Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter," a case in point. You also know how much I like to highlight exceptional crime fiction debuts. 04/14/2012 - 11:58 am | View Link
Canadian mogul Robert Campeau gobbled up retailers like Ann Taylor and Bloomingdale's in the 1980s. He had no idea how to run them. Stewart Pinkerton reviews John Weir Close's "A Giant Cow-Tipping by Savages."