“We Carry Their Bones” Unearths The Dark History of the Dozier School for Boys

A review of Erin Kimmerle’s book, “We Carry Their Bones.”

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Compelling and Feverish, “Trailed” Solves the Case

A review of Kathryn Miles’ “Trailed: One Woman’s Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders.”

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“Dark Tourist” is an Insightful Look at Life and Its Complications

The essay collection, “Dark Tourist,” may just be the super smart and interesting friend you’ve been looking for.

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“Saving the Wild South”: Preserving Biodiversity in the Midst of a Changing Environment

A review of Georgann Eubanks’ book, “Saving the Wild South: The Fight for Native Plants on the Brink of Extinction.”

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‘The Kissing Bug’ Explores the Personal and Global Impacts of a Deadly Disease

A review of Daisy Hernández’s new book, “The Kissing Bug: A True Story of an Insect, a Family, and a Nation’s Neglect of a Deadly Disease.”

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A City That Never Was is Revealed Once Again in Thomas Hager’s New Book

A review of Thomas Hager’s new book, “Electric City: The Lost History of Ford and Edison’s American Utopia.”

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‘Late Migrations’ Shows Us How Human Experience Mirrors the Natural World

A review of Margaret Renkl’s book, “Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss.”

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