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Maclean’s Books: Weekend reading for those who aren’t football fans

This week: one hell of an epitaph for Johnny Cash and dark humour from a new mom


 

Our latest book reviews:

The Book Of Job: A Biography by Mark Larrimore, reviewed by Brian Bethune
Johnny Cash: The Life by Robert Hilburn, reviewed by Martin Partriquin
Fresh Hell: Motherhood In Pieces by Carellin Brooks, reviewed by Julia McKinnell
To Be A Friend Is Fatal: The Fight To Save The Iraqis America Left Behind, by Kirk W. Johnson, reviewed by Michael Petrou
Churchill’s Bomb: How the United States Overtook Britain in the First Nuclear Arms Race, by Graham Farmelo, reviewed by Katie Engelhart

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Maclean’s Books: Weekend reading for those who aren’t football fans

  1. Ten years ago we had biographies of Johnny Cash and the Book of Job. No we have no hope, no jobs and no cash.