Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Meursault Investigation

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If you’ve read Albert Camus’s The Stranger, you are bound to like The Meursault Investigation, Kamel Daoud’s response to Camus. You can read my recent review of this new classic in the Washington Independent Review of Books and you can … Continue reading

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An Interview on CTV

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On May 11, I was honored to be a guest on Sistah Joy Alford’s TV program, Sojourn With Words, which airs on CTV, Prince George’s County cable television, out of Largo, Maryland. During the program, I had the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Yes, Crooked, a fitting title for a novel that features none other than Richard Nixon as its hero. For all you Nixon “fans,”  here’s my review of this strange novel, featuring the devilish ex-president as a Russian pseudo-spy and Kissinger … Continue reading

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Invitation to a Reading

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