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Topic - Christopher Moore
Christopher Moore is a very talented supernatural comic novelist, but he's maddeningly hit-or-miss. The obvious hits include his first novel, "Practical Demonkeeping"; his life-of-Christ comedy, "Lamb"; the vampiric "Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story"; "Coyote Blue"; "Island of the Sequined Love Nun"; and "The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove."
A New York City panel has denied landmark status to a building near ground zero, freeing organizers to build an Islamic center and mosque there.
History tells us that van Gogh killed himself, but Mr. Moore writes in the book's spirited afterword, "So, Now That You've Ruined Art," "I have stood in that spot [where van Gogh shot himself], and walked from there to the doctor's house... and I thought, What kind of a painter does that?
commissioner Christopher Moore noted that the debris hit a number of buildings.