Book Review: A Billion Ways to Die By Joan Baum • Oct 18, 2014 TweetShareGoogle+Email Author Chris Knopf has reunited an unlikely couple for a third adventure in his newest murder mystery. Book critic Joan Baum has this review. Listen Listening... / 2:52 Tags: A Billion Ways to DieChris KnopfBook ReviewJoan BaumTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Book Review: Cries of the Lost By Joan Baum • Dec 13, 2013 Arts critic Joan Baum discusses a book whose central character is a market researcher. But he does more spying and sleuthing than desk work. Book Review: The Homesman By Joan Baum • Sep 26, 2014 Tommy Lee Jones has a new film out. He directed it and stars in it along with Hilary Swank. And it's coming to Long Island. Arts Critic Joan Baum says you may want to read the book before you see the movie. The book is The Homesman by Glendon Swarthout. Book Review: Kill My Mother By Joan Baum • Aug 15, 2014 It's never too late to try something new. Not, at least, for an octogenarian cartoonist/writer who has tried his sketcher's hand at a graphic novel. Book critic Joan Baum has this review of Jules Feiffer's Kill My Mother. Book Review: Baby Girl Doe By Joan Baum • Jul 21, 2014 The author of a new murder mystery, set in Montauk on the east end of Long Island, says woman are "cooler" than men in lead roles. Arts Critic Joan Baum sees how that plays out in Baby Girl Doe. Book Review: The Collector of Dying Breaths By Joan Baum • Jun 26, 2014 Author M.J. Rose from Greenwich, Connecticut, has written a new story which, according to arts critic Joan Baum, is well-deserving of its subtitle, A Novel of Suspense.