Follow the money, Deep Throat said. McKenzie Funk has done just that in Windfall (Penguin Press, 310 pages, $27.95), which takes the author to two dozen countries to examine the economics of global wa
Oregon-bound from her home in Chicago, Esther Chambers
gets a hopeful impression of her soon-to-be home from a train conductor
who describes it as an abundant garden shaded by trees so large you c
A reality-show producer manipulates contestants to fall in love; a young boy has a revelation about his father's past; a composer records folk songs by two women from a village on the edge of destruct ...