Kirkus Reviews: Digital Edition

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March 15, 2011: Volume LXXIX, No 6

Adam Mitzner has a conflict of interest; Helon Habila mixes oil and water; Bobbie Ann Mason tells the tale of a World War II pilot; Douglas Kennedy unwraps a mysterious package; Ellis Cose takes on race; and more

March 01, 2011: Volume LXXIX, No 5

Margaret Drabble smiles; E.L. Doctorow has all the time in the world; Sara Gran visits the dead; Margaret George takes on Elizabeth I; Christopher Farnsworth reintroduces a vampire; Brenda Cullerton plots murder; Pete Hamill goes to the tabloids; and more

February 15, 2011: Volume LXXIX, No 4

Kirkus Special Issue: What’s Happening RIGHT NOW in books, in affiliation with the 2011 O’Reilly Tools of Change Conference; Kirkus is now the only professional curator of iPad storybook apps and interactive e-books across all platforms.

February 01, 2011: Volume LXXIX, No 3

Jean Thompson goes searching for home; Peter May kills off a great European chef; Amy Ellis Nutt tells the story of a chiropractor with a life-altering brain injury; Richard North Patterson presents an all-too-plausible nuclear Armageddon scenario; and iPad Reads: a new section dedicated to reviews of iPad apps and interactive e-books for children