In "Landscape and Memory," historian Simon Schama weaves a rich tapestry of European attitudes toward the land.
Robert Coover's latest novel, "Ghost Town," is a bizarre, experimental western/horror/postmodern satire.
"10 Years on 2 Wheels," by Helge Pedersen, is a real treat for armchair travelers.
Mary-Ann Tirone Smith's fascinating "An American Killing," though billed as a political thriller, seems more character study than murder mystery.
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