1) Rabbit Run by John Updike (novel) — Everyone wonders when the economy will hit bottom.
Understanding Media: THE EXTENSIONS OF MAN
(By Marshall McLuhan. First published in 1964.)
(Edited by Peter Wild. Harper Perennial, 240 pgs., $13.99.)
1968. Can there be anything new to say about that evocative year? Mark Harris’s intelligent, addictive book, “Pictures at a Revolution,” proves there is.
(By Malcolm Gladwell. Little, Brown & Co.; 320 pgs., $27.99.)
Louisville teacher pens a novel
Book signing by Bethany Griffin
Louisville Architectural Tours: 19th Century Gems
(By Lisa Westmoreland-Doherty. Schiffer Publishing; 128 pgs., $14.99.)
Good ones you might have missed
The Ant and the Peacock:
Altruism and Sexual Selection From Darwin to Today
(By Helena Cronin. First published 1991.)
1) The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British by Sarah Lyall (nonfiction) — It’s not a travel book, and it’s not comprehensive.
The Motel of the Stars
(By Karen Salyer McElmurray. Sarabande; 269 pgs., $15.95.)