Spy v. Spy

What’s with all the new nonfiction espionage books on the library shelves these days? Is it a plot? Keep your wits about you and click on the titles to check availability in our catalog. BiographiesAgent Sonya: Moscow’s Most Daring Wartime Spy by Ben MacintyreAtomic Spy: The Dark Lives of Klaus Fuchs by Nancy Thorndike GreenspanCode…

Jean’s Pick of the Week: Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe

There are family secrets, and then there are family secrets of the Sackler variety: obfuscations that span years, decades, and even generations; the ramifications of which irrevocably changed the pharmaceutical industry, indirectly led to the opioid crisis in America, claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, and shattered families of all racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. These…