Jonathan Kirsch

author and book review columnist

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Intellectual property attorney and frequent host of KCRW's Politics of Culture; author who's written extensively of the bible with such books as A History of the End of the World: How the Most Controversial Book in the Bible Changed the Course of Western Civilization, The Grand Inquisitor's Manual: A History of Terror in the Name of God, and The Harlot by the Side of the Road

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Dutton’s Books   in Brentwood announced today “with profound regret and sorrow” that it’s out of business as of the end of April.

Dutton’s Brentwood Books Writes Last Chapter

Dutton’s Books in Brentwood announced today “with profound regret and sorrow” that it’s out of business as of the end of April.

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