The Week's Best Stories From NPR BooksThis week: A double-header for Valentine's Day with novels and poetry. An oral history of Angels in America. Judy Blume at 80, and a new memoir of life and loss on an Indian reservation in Canada.
Explorer Bart Hogan stands at an entrance to the Cheve cave in Mexico. Author James M. Tabor writes about a 2004 expedition through the Cheve supercave in his new book Blind Descent.
William-Henry Ireland forged hundreds of documents and passed them off as William Shakespeare originals. After his confession, he went on to publish a series of Gothic novels and some romantic poetry.
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