Evidence: by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan
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Evidence: by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan

Evidence was at the crossroads of a number of ideas about art and photography that, in the ‘70s, were still struggling to find mainstream acceptance.

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No Wall Too High: by Xu Hongci
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No Wall Too High: by Xu Hongci

Should any of us ever find ourselves in such an unfathomable position, let us hope we are too prove as unbreakable as Xu Hongci.

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The “Odessey”: The Zombies in Words and Images: by Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone, Hugh Grundy and Chris White with Scott B. Bomar and Cindy Da Silva
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The Abominable Mr. Seabrook: by Joe Ollmann
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The Abominable Mr. Seabrook: by Joe Ollmann

Gas Stop: by David Freund
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Gas Stop: by David Freund

Anyone who’s driven through wide stretches of the country knows there are still quirks if you dig hard enough and drive far enough from the main road.

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Running: by Cara Hoffman
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Running: by Cara Hoffman

Running is a testament to its author’s clear-eyed writing, which acknowledges even the most intangible of feelings with an erudite fluency that should thrill readers.

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Beast: by Paul Kingsnorth
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Beast: by Paul Kingsnorth

Part of a projected trilogy, Beast dramatizes the plight of a refugee caught within chaos.

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Fallen Glory: By James Crawford
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Fallen Glory: By James Crawford

Crawford aims for the soul, examining the relationship between the spaces we occupy and at which we marvel and what they reveal about us.

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Killers of the Flower Moon: by David Grann
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Killers of the Flower Moon: by David Grann

The most compelling yet enervating aspect of the recent true-crime boom is the tethering of gruesome accounts of cold cases and false accusations to greater social significance.

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Broken River: by J. Robert Lennon
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Broken River: by J. Robert Lennon

While ostensibly a thriller about a family who move into a home whose previous occupants were murdered, it is also a commentary on the thriller genre itself.

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