Unburying the lede

Lippman’s 23rd novel explores 1960s Baltimore

LAURA LIPPMAN KNOWS HER WAY around Baltimore. Not only did the crime writer grow up in the city, but she also spent 12 years reporting for the Baltimore Sun. Her latest novel, a thriller set in 1960s Baltimore, is based on a

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