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It was like finding the key to an encrypted message from the distant past. While cleaning out their parents’ attic following their deaths, Linda Gartz and her brothers, Paul and Billy, came across what she describes as “gold”—box after box of journals, cards, and letters exchanged between their […]
Reviewed by: Susan Hanson
The back cover of Michelle Carter’s From Under the Russian Snow promises a “memoir from Russia’s bubble of freedom in the pre-Putin era,” written by a fifty-year-old woman who left a position as managing editor of a daily newspaper to spend a year as a United States Information Agency Journalist-in-Residence […]
Reviewed by: Phoebe Tussey