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What we're reading: Books and more

Posted: Sept. 14, 2017 | Tags: journalism

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Illustration by Sydney Ling, IRW

 

What we're reading this month: longer books, six-chapter investigative series and essays. Highly recommended from our new interns:

How Does a 10-Year-Old Boy End Up Hanging to Death?

by Julia Prodis Sulek for San Jose Mercury News

A 10-year-old boy found dead in a San Martin, California, barn bedevils his family. A sheriff's department reopens the case 25 years later. In six chapters, Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Julia Prodis Sulek reveals the trauma, psychology and misinformation surrounding the 1989 hanging of Joshua Sean Klaver. 

Sulek's writing, wed with podcast segments, film work and ...

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