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Doris W. Brumback, an avid gardener who assisted in the rejuvenation of Cylburn Arboretum in the 1970s and 1980s, died Jan. 18 of congestive heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Homeland resident was 92. The daughter of a...
I was always a big fan of the John le Carre novels, so I'm happy to see the strong reviews for the adaptation of "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy." The Cold War seems very distant these days, and his novels, which eschewed shoot-em-up theatrics for a more...
Tribune NewspapersLike many journalists, Nancy Bilyeau dreamed of writing a novel. She even managed to eke out a few chapters, melding her two great loves of Tudor history and mystery thrillers. But whenever she would make a little headway, the real world — her...
John Pielmeier's theological thriller "Agnes of God" is more interested in questions than in answers. Even if you've seen a few productions of this drama since its Broadway debut in 1982, you may not be sure what to make of the central mystery that's...
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I was up before dawn on a recent morning. The moonlit ocean looked like a brilliant field. I longed to run across its expanse even though I knew that was impossible. My "brilliant field" for the day was going to be the Long Beach Convention Center,...
It takes one to know one. That playground taunt is, like so many cliches, grounded in truth. It really does take one to know one, which goes a long way toward explaining the perversely effective law enforcement personnel in the novels of Mo Hayder, the...
When Tasha Alexander strolls the streets of Chicago, she doesn't much see Wrigley Field or the Chicago River. She sees St. Paul's Cathedral and the River Thames and Belgrave Square and hansom cabs. Alexander's imagination is perpetually tuned in to...
What does it mean to say thank you? Sometimes the ability to say it is not easy. Some quickly would say that's ridiculous. However, we all probably could agree that people are different in how they express their feelings and emotions. That would include...
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Tribune NewspapersMusic critic and author Dwayne Robinson, a middle-aged black man, has been murdered with a box cutter, and his friend, D, wants to know whodunit. When Dwayne shows up at the front door of D Security, D's office, wearing a bloody beige trench coat and a...
Cultural criticCornell Woolrich (1903-1968) knew his way around two things: rock-hard prose and stone-cold corpses. He was a wizardly writer of mysteries, a man who could ratchet up the menace and dread by steady, excruciating degrees. His sentences were of the...
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