Alan Cheuse Alan Cheuse reviewed books on All Things Considered for more than 30 years. He died on July 31, 2015 at the age of 75.
A 'Red Weather' Story Set in Milwaukee
Dissident Stories: Ma Jian's 'Stick Out Your Tongue'
Summer's Most Magical Form of Transport: Books
Nemirovsky's 'Suite Francaise,' Newly Translated
New Spy Novels for a New Time
Roth's 'Everyman' Is Retired, Not Retiring
Stories from the Underside: 'Dead Fish Museum'
Mosley's 'Fortunate Son' Tells Two Tales
Africa and Europe: 'Sweetness in the Belly'
'High Lonesome' From Joyce Carol Oates
Book Review: 'Philosophy Made Simple'
Great Views, Troubled Characters in 'Drift'
'Timothy' Gives Voice to Long-Observed Tortoise
Hawke's 'Speak of the Devil'
'Twilight of the Superheroes' Explores the Senses