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Fallen Order

by Karen Liebreich

“A sordid tale of pederast priests and blind-eye bishops: a headline fit for today, that is 350-odd years old. . . . Liebrich’s account shows not only that priestly abuse is an old problem, but also that cover-ups never work—a pointed moral with obvious, and timely, implications.” —Kirkus Reviews…

The Natural Order of Things

by António Lobo Antunes

“The Natural Order of Things . . . reads like William Faulkner or Céline . . . gorgeous . . . bedeviled [and] lyrical . . . a remarkable writer.” –The Boston Globe…

Party Time and The New World Order

by Harold Pinter

“Party Time‘s last loaded encounter is better than anything Pinter has written in years.” —The Times (London)…

Amy Alexander

…Boston with her husband, Joseph P. Williams, Jr., and their daughter, Grace. Her media columns appear every other Thursday at Africana.com. Her books are available at Amazon.com, and Barnesandnobles.com, where you can also find an interview with Alexander on LOUIS FARRAKHAN. Alexander’s articles for The Boston Globe are also available…

The Breaking of Nations

by Robert Cooper

“Essentially an attempt to bridge the ideological divide between hard and soft power. Both, he suggests in this short, elegant collection of essays, are necessary in today’s messy world.” –The New York Times…

Deafening

by Frances Itani

“Moving and memorable. . . . Itani is an artist who understands what to include and what to leave out, when to whisper and when to shout. . . . Hers is a fiction of quiet but steady revelation. . . . Itani’s writing is merely breathtaking.” –Dan Cryer, Newsday…

Much Depends On Dinner

by Margaret Visser

“Fascinating . . . Margaret Visser is a gifted informal writer, and these chapters combine a wealth of unusual information with extreme readability. . . . In short, Visser whetted my appetite, and I am hungry for more.” —USA Today…

Grove at Home: February 28-March 6

…a jazz standard, a number-one pop hit, and likely the best-known song the two ever wrote together. Here, to supplement some of the versions we shared last month on Brecht’s 123rd birthday, are some more performances of “Mack the Knife”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk-PuZeqH-g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdYV6Ist6AA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQJlvqeXrC8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVxtdQgLjuQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnPYR1XCRW0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvezxhHsPiI Monday, March 1 Jesse…

Quietly in Their Sleep

by Donna Leon

“[Leon] offers a fresh, exhilarating take on that ambiguous city, with its labyrinthine alleyways and politics, its glamour, its grottiness. . . . An intelligent, satisfying crime novel.” —Sunday Times (UK)…

Grove at Home: March 28-April 3

…dark-room’d transport in the company of strangers, are a couple trailers for movies we wouldn’t mind watching again, when it’s safe to breathe indoor air together. Roxanne, 1987 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrH20A5av44   Thelma and Louise, 1991 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iBFmKlO4BY   The Player, 1992 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpDDTS08wPs   Hiroshima, Mon Amour, 1959 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLts830aLlw   Reservoir Dogs, 1992…