Three Thrilling Books Will Help Heat Up Your Winter

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'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution'

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'City Of Devi' Sets A Love Triangle In Pre-Apocalyptic Mumbai

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Gen. David Petraeus is the subject of The Insurgents: David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War, a new book by Fred Kaplan. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Insurgents': Petraeus And A New Kind Of War

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'Fresh Off The Boat' And Serving Up Asian Culture

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Exclusive First Read: 'The Dinner' By Herman Koch

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American poet Robert Frost, shown here in 1955, died on Jan. 29, 1963. Now, 50 years after his death, a rare collection of letters, audio and photographs sheds new light on his religious beliefs. AP hide caption

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Rare Robert Frost Collection Surfaces 50 Years After His Death

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Data gleaned from e-readers gives writers a new kind of feedback to take into consideration — or ignore. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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E-Readers Track How We Read, But Is The Data Useful To Authors?

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Visitors take in a re-created scene at the massacre museum at Vietnam's My Lai village. Researcher Nick Turse says atrocities of all kinds were more common in the Vietnam War than most Americans believe. Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Anything That Moves': Civilians And The Vietnam War

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A 'Permatemp' Economy: The Idea Of The Expendable Employee

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