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Amy Reading
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Amy Reading holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Yale University. She is the author of The Mark Inside: A Perfect Swindle, a Cunning Revenge, and a Small History of the Big Con, published by Knopf (March 2012). She lives in upstate New York with her husband and two children.

Books reviewed by Amy Reading

The Other Typist (07/10/13)
Joseph Anton (10/03/12)
Gillespie and I (03/07/12)
Below Stairs (01/11/12)
Wonderstruck (09/21/11)
The Family Fang (08/04/11)
Swamplandia! (03/24/11)
Mockingjay (09/08/10)
The Changeling (03/17/10)
Union Atlantic (03/03/10)
Point Omega (02/03/10)
Invisible (11/05/09)
The Tourist (03/08/09)
A Mercy (01/07/09)
Home (09/18/08)
A Better Angel (09/04/08)
America America (08/13/08)
Slumberland (07/11/08)
Netherland (06/01/08)
Legacy of Ashes (06/01/08)
Fall of Frost (04/17/08)
Charlatan (02/21/08)
An Ordinary Spy (01/10/08)
Bridge of Sighs (11/08/07)

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