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What happened on July 03, 2005








  • Softening up Eve Kelly Lange, Kelly Lange is a former television news anchor and the author, most recently, of "Graveyard Shift."

  • Bestsellers / Paperbacks

  • Bestsellers

  • A Gift Don Paterson

  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds

  • First Fiction Mark Rozzo

  • Nature not entirely at fault Jonathan Kirsch, Jonathan Kirsch, a contributing writer to the Book Review, is the author of, most recently, "God Against the Gods: The History of the War Between Monotheism and Polytheism."

  • About a boomer Martin Rubin, Martin Rubin is the author of "Sarah Gertrude Millin: A South African Life."

  • The contrarian Dick Lochte, Dick Lochte is a critic of crime fiction and the author of the suspense thriller "Sleeping Dog."

  • Hurrah for horror Nick Owchar, Nick Owchar is deputy editor of Book Review.

  • A nation conceived in the clash of empires Marc Aronson, Marc Aronson's "The Real Revolution: The Global Story of American Independence" will be published in September.

  • Guided by Poe Thomas McGonigle, Thomas McGonigle is the author of "The Corpse Dream of N. Petkov" and "Going to Patchogue."

  • Making it personal Paula L. Woods

  • How Lincoln wowed 'em John Rhodehamel, John Rhodehamel is the Norris Foundation curator at the Huntington Library and organizer of its exhibition "Forever Free: Abraham Lincoln's Journey to Emancipation."

  • A Middle Passage into mental illness Paula L. Woods, Paula L. Woods is a regular contributor to Book Review and the author of the Charlotte Justice mystery series, including the forthcoming "Strange Bedfellows."

  • North of Tijuana Daniel Hernandez, Daniel Hernandez is a Times staff writer.

  • On hallucinogens, he's delighted and delusional Tom Miller, Tom Miller is the author of many books, including "The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey From South America," "Trading With the Enemy: A Yankee Travels Through Castro's Cuba" and "Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink: Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest," winner of the 2001 Lowell Thomas Award for Best Travel Book.

  • Simplicity's stickler Thomas S. Hines, Thomas S. Hines teaches cultural, urban and architectural history at UCLA and is the author, most recently, of "Irving Gill and the Architecture of Reform."

  • The faces that launched a thousand parodies Michael Standaert, Michael Standaert is a regular contributor to Book Review. His first book, "Skipping Towards Armageddon," will be published this fall.






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