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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Nostalgia, Marketing, and Comfort Food in “Red Sauce”

An interview with author Ian MacAllen, discussing “Red Sauce,” his book chronicling the Italian-American creation of a comfort food tradition.

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Looking for Mr. Nashville: “We Should Soon Become Respectable” Explores the History of One of Tennessee’s Most Complicated Characters

A review of Elizabeth Elkins’ nonfiction book, “We Should Soon Become Respectable: Nashville’s Own Timothy Demonbreun.”

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“In Search of the Color Purple” Explores the Extraordinary Healing Power of Stories

A review of Salahmishah Tillet’s book, “In Search of the Color Purple: The Story of an American Masterpiece.”

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