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Washington

  • Peter Pomerantsev - Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible: The Surreal Heart of the New Russia

    In 2001, the Kiev-born but British-raised Pomerantsev went to Russia to study filmmaking, though he intended to pursue a second, unofficial, major in Putin’s Russia itself. This report on a decade in his homeland intertwines what he learned and witnessed about performance and contemporary Russian…

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  • Brian Krebs - Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime—From Global Epidemic to Your Front Door

    Spam as a term for junk email has been in use since the early 1990s, referring to the ever more audacious scams and deals. In his investigation of this dark corner of cyberspace, Krebs, the tenacious former Washington Post journalist and Security Fix blogger, exposes the real people of the global …

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  • James Ellroy - Perfidia — at MLK Jr. Memorial Library

    Readers of Ellroy’s previous L.A. quartet crime novels will recognize the unsavory Dudley Smith and the somewhat cryptic Kay Lake, who here join future L.A. police chief William Parker and the force’s Japanese crime-scene specialist, Hideo Ashida, to investigate the deaths of four members of the…

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