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.
'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel
'Serafina's Stories' Offers Simple, Wondrous Tale-Telling
Naipaul Resurrects a Character in Latest Novel
'Casanova in Bolzano' Review
Marking the Legacies of Writers Lost in 2004
Alan Cheuse's 2004 Holiday Book Picks
Crichton Architects a Conspiracy in 'State of Fear'
Novel 'Gilead' Offers Compelling Take on Life and Death
Short Story Volumes from Helprin, Means, Lethem
Algerian Playwright's Novel Centers on Post-9/11 Theme
Novel Dramatizes Pioneering Doctor's Life
Novel 'Fearless Man' Revisits Vietnam
Alan Cheuse: 'The Curse of the Appropriate Man'
'The Falls': Love and Death in Niagara
Novel Tells of a Greek Village under Axis Occupation