In his new memoir, "All the Wrong Places," Philip Connors achieves a superb middle ground between journalism and the intimacy of confessional expression. This is the story of a tragedy that became the central event of his life during his years as a Wall Street Journal editor. He writes with enticing humor and insight. A memorable book.
One about Norman Maclean, author of "A River Runs Through It," and one about his brother Dan, who committed suicide. Both well-written and soul-stirring.