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Journalist and book reviewer Suzanne Perez reviews the latest books and such for KMUW on air and right here. Discover new reviews on alternate Mondays.

Book Review KMUW

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Journalist and book reviewer Suzanne Perez reviews the latest books and such for KMUW on air and right here. Discover new reviews on alternate Mondays.

    Holly Gramazio's 'The Husbands' asks important questions about relationships and life

    Holly Gramazio's 'The Husbands' asks important questions about relationships and life

    Book reviewer Suzanne Perez says author Holly Gramazio scores with her debut novel, "The Husbands."

    • 1 min
    OK, OK, I finally read Emily Henry. And 'Funny Story' — now I know what the fuss is about

    OK, OK, I finally read Emily Henry. And 'Funny Story' — now I know what the fuss is about

    Book reviewer Suzanne Perez says she used to avoid contemporary romance novels. But the latest book by rom-com queen Emily Henry proves what all the fuss is about.

    • 1 min
    In ‘Grief is for People,” Sloane Crosley mourns her best friend

    In ‘Grief is for People,” Sloane Crosley mourns her best friend

    Book reviewer Suzanne Perez says Sloane Crosley's "Grief is for People" is a poignant and smartly written memoir that will resonate with anyone who has experienced a personal loss.

    • 1 min
    ‘Wolf at the Table’ is a wearisome look at a dysfunctional family

    ‘Wolf at the Table’ is a wearisome look at a dysfunctional family

    Adam Rapp's newest novel, "Wolf at the Table," promises to be an eerie, serial killer novel but turns out to be a wandering family tale.

    • 1 min
    'SNL' star Leslie Jones holds nothing back in her memoir. Definitely get this one on audio

    'SNL' star Leslie Jones holds nothing back in her memoir. Definitely get this one on audio

    In the audio version of her memoir, comedian and former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Leslie Jones speaks with honesty and emotion about her life and career.

    • 1 min
    In ‘Somehow,’ author Anne Lamott explores love in all its forms

    In ‘Somehow,’ author Anne Lamott explores love in all its forms

    KMUW book reviewer Suzanne Perez says Anne Lamott's newest book of essays, "Somehow: Thoughts on Love," is just as warm and witty as her past collections.

    • 1 min

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