Search Results: "Carole Angier"


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THE DOUBLE BOND by Carole Angier
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 1, 2001

"A revealing companion to Levi's own considerable body of work, and an uncommonly thoughtful example of biography as literature in its own right."
English biographer Angier (Jean Rhys, 1991) gracefully explores the life of the great Italian writer and Holocaust survivor. Read full book review >

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JEAN RHYS by Carole Angier
NON-FICTION
Released: June 3, 1991

"Perhaps Angier's exhaustive but unsorted research will be of value to some future biographer who will do justice to Rhys, a fine writer."
This detailed study of the author of Quartet and Wide Sargasso Sea seems not so much a biography as a collection of annotated note cards and unedited lecture notes. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: June 19, 1995

"Angier is a perfect example."
A hymn in praise of all things great and small, from elephants to cockroaches, dolphins to beetles, by Meistersinger Angier (Natural Obsession: The Search for the Oncogene, 1988). Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: May 8, 2007

"Not everything is as easy as pie (or pi) to grasp, and therein lies the excitement and challenge of science, masterfully conveyed here."
Decrying smug scientific illiteracy, New York Times science writer Angier (Woman, 1999, etc.) deftly sets forth the universally accepted principles underlying basic science that everyone should understand. Read full book review >

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THE BEST AMERICAN SCIENCE AND NATURE WRITING 2002 by Natalie Angier
NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 15, 2002

"An elite grouping of very readable and informative articles on some of today's most challenging and colorful scientific issues."
Splendid anthology of the year's finest science and nature articles, curated and introduced by the New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer. Read full book review >

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WOMAN by Natalie Angier
NON-FICTION
Released: April 6, 1999

"Women should rejoice—and so should men. (First serial to the New York Times Magazine; second serial to Self; Book-of-the-Month Club/Quality Paperback Book Club selection)"
Passion and intelligence meet in a gorgeous book about what it means to be a woman today, yesterday, and forever. Read full book review >

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SO MANY REASONS TO DIE by Carole Sojka
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 23, 2015

"A fine, explosive sophomore effort."
Small-town cops Andi Battaglia and Greg Lamont investigate the murder of Greg's ex-lover from Miami in this second installment of a Florida-set mystery. Read full book review >

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THE WIDOW'S GUIDE TO SEX AND DATING by Carole Radziwill
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 11, 2014

"No surprise that negotiations for a television series are already under way; think Sex and the City in black."
On the heels of her memoir (What Remains, 2005) about the death of her husband, who happened to be Jackie Kennedy Onassis' nephew, Real Housewives of New York regular Radziwill returns with a glib, comic, probably autobiographical novel about a young Manhattan widow looking for love in all the wrong places. Read full book review >

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THE DAEMON PRISM by Carole Berg
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Jan. 3, 2012

"Nonetheless, enthralling and not to be missed."
Final installment of Berg's character-driven sword-and-sorcery trilogy (The Soul Mirror, 2011, etc.), again with all of the main characters reappearing—even the dead ones. Read full book review >

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NEWSLADY by Carole Simpson
Released: Nov. 5, 2010

"An honest, engaging self-portrait of a woman who forever changed racial and gender dynamics in media."
A journalist's trailblazing rise and swift fall in TV broadcasting. Read full book review >

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THE CHOCOLATE LOVERS’ CLUB by Carole Matthews
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2008

"Calorie-free satisfaction."
Four British women commiserate and conspire over chocolate in the latest from U.K. bestselling author Matthews (Welcome to the Real World, 2006, etc.). Read full book review >