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Attica Locke ("The Cutting Season") picks...
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Errol Morris' 
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<b>"A Wilderness of Error"</b>
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(Penguin Press)
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Errol Morris' "A Wilderness of Error" just floored me. Exhaustingly researched and beautifully illustrated, the book questions the conviction of a man accused of horrific crimes, with the same moral outrage that Morris brought to his award-winning film "The Thin Blue Line." It's a haunting piece of art, and a reminder of why physical books still hold so much power."

( Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times, The Penguin Press )

Attica Locke ("The Cutting Season") picks...

Errol Morris'
"A Wilderness of Error"
(Penguin Press)

Errol Morris' "A Wilderness of Error" just floored me. Exhaustingly researched and beautifully illustrated, the book questions the conviction of a man accused of horrific crimes, with the same moral outrage that Morris brought to his award-winning film "The Thin Blue Line." It's a haunting piece of art, and a reminder of why physical books still hold so much power."

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Carolyn Kellogg is a staff writer covering books and publishing. She wants to know the last great book you read. @paperhaus


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