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Phillip Bobbitt's books on the formation of the 'market-state'
Heated debate about free trade receives cold, historical and wise treatment in two tomes by Philip Bobbitt, a University of Texas constitutional law professor who has advised presidents of both parties on critical issues of economics, history, war and national security. The books are “The Shield of Achilles: War,... Read More
10 classics to read when the world seems bleak
Sally Allen is an award-winning author and Ph.D. who has taught at prestigious universities, including her current position at Post University in Connecticut. Her most recent book, "Unlocking Worlds," is available at www.sallyallenbooks.com, Amazon and other booksellers nationwide. Read More
Book signings in Oklahoma
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Writing seminars continue at Best of Books in Edmond
Best of Books in Edmond is seeking participants for a third round of BOB Writing Series classes, which will meet on Tuesday evenings from Sept. 13 to Oct. 11. Read More
Supergirl deals with loss, mystery in 'Super Hero High' novel
In the DC Super Hero Girls line, many of DC Comics' heroes and villains are young women and men learning to use their powers at Super Hero High. Read More
Artist Jerry Bennett on Geekinomicon and more on Infinite Danger Room episode #7
The Oklahoman’s Matthew Price interviews OKC artist and storyteller Jerry Bennett. Read More
Latest 'Amazing Spider-Man' issue features Edmond
An explosion at a chemical plant in Edmond, Oklahoma, draws Spider-Man to the city. Read More
'The Hatching' races to nowhere
Risk reading "The Hatching" if you're into spiders and have the patience of a saint. Read More
Oklahoma book signings
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Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers
Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers for Aug. 21. Read More
Race is the wrong word, according to author
Book review: “The System of European American (White) Supremacy and African American (Black) Inferiority” by Paul R. Lehman Read More
Book review: 'Bloodroot' by Cynthia Riggs
Book review: 'Bloodroot' by Cynthia Riggs Read More
Dad accused of raping daughter saved by mention of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
Cathy McCulloch writes that as of last week, she hadn’t read Fifty Shades of Grey. The barrister is intimately familiar with portions of it now, however, due to a case that she describes as “exceptional” in a blog post spotted by the Independent. Her client was a father charged with eight counts of incestuous... Read More
To Your Brain, Audiobooks Are Not ‘Cheating’
A cognitive psychologist on a question that annoys him. Read More
'Imprudence' lives up to its name
Comedic, romantic steampunk novel offers a great summertime escape. Read More
Book review: 'Playing Dead' by Elizabeth Greenwood
“Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud” by Elizabeth Greenwood (Simon & Schuster, 247 pages, in stores) Your wallet is genuine, original faux-leather from faux-Venezuela. It matches the pleather jacket you love so much and your favorite fake-silk shirt, which you like to wear when you... Read More
Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers
OKLAHOMA BEST-SELLERS FICTION 1. “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne (Arthur A. Levine) 2. “Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins (Penquin) 3. “A Spool of Blue Thread” by Anne Tyler (Ballantine) 4. “BFG” by Roald Dahl (Puffin) 5. “You're Only Old Once: A Book... Read More
Book review: 'I Will Send Rain' by Rae Meadows
“I Will Send Rain” by Rae Meadows (Henry Holt, 272 pages, in stores) Sometimes a storm is exactly what you need. That's the case, at least, in Rae Meadows' “I Will Send Rain.” Another day of 100-degree weather. That was Annie Bell's second thought, as she eased herself out of bed, off the sweat-soaked sheet... Read More
Zambra’s engaging ‘Multiple Choice’ turns testing into narrative tool
“Multiple Choice” by Alejandro Zambra, translated by Megan McDowell (Penguin Books, 128 pages, in stores) Alejandro Zambra's “Multiple Choice” made me laugh repeatedly, often ruefully. Zambra refashions the Chilean Academic Aptitude Test, a precollege exam like our SAT, into an instrument for fiction,... Read More



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