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A must read for anyone with any interest in reporting. The fact that much of the research for these delightful stories of New York's finest criminals and policemen (and some of the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. D. Potter
McKelway wrote for the New Yorker for decades, basically for decades when magazines were an essential way of getting deeper news. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Foley
St. Clair McKelway's profile of the world worst counterfeiter is one of the funniest things I have read in years.Published 14 months ago by Charles R. Woessner
I thought this was well-written and good reading. I really enjoyed it. The stories in it were interesting, as are most stories in the New Yorker.Published 15 months ago by Barbara Versluis
"Reporting at Wit's End" is a wonderful collection of eighteen stories by St Clair McKelway that captures quirks and eccentricities of individuals who just happen to live around... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Matt Mansfield
I chose this reading because I am familiar with the type of stories found in the magazine, this book is a very interesting
Great book. Love the stories which are from the outliers of human society, professions.
Anyone with a taste for the bizarre and unconventional will love this.
Witty, entertaining profiles from the New Yorker magazine that portray the seamy side of New York of the last century with stylistic flair and irony.Published 17 months ago by G W W3