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New York: A Concrete Jungle And 'City Of Trees,' Too

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Criminologist Believes Violent Behavior Is Biological

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What Does Modern Prejudice Look Like?

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'Zoobiquity': What Humans Can Learn From Animal Illness

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D.A. Mishani is also the editor of international fiction and crime literature at Keter Books in Israel. Yanai Yechieli/Courtesy HarperCollins hide caption

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So Hot Right Now: Has Climate Change Created A New Literary Genre?

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Following The Yellow Brick Road Back To The Origins Of 'Oz'

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In a new book, Charles Graeber tells the story of Charlie Cullen, a registered nurse who was was dubbed "The Angel of Death" by the media after he was implicated in the deaths of as many as 300 patients. Twelve Books hide caption

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Pretending To Be A 'Good Nurse,' Serial Killer Targeted Patients

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Friedkin, Who Pushed Film Forward, Looks Back

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Oil, Chavez And Telenovelas: The Rise Of The Venezuelan Novel

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