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Aug 16, 2021
Four new books examine some of the darker corners of World War II and the Cold War.
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Aug 16, 2021
In “The Ones Who Don’t Say They Love You,” the city’s Black residents try to hold onto what the hurricanes and gentrifiers haven’t taken yet.
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Aug 15, 2021
Books on race and antiracism have sold well over the past year. Now titles like “I Can’t Breathe: How a Racial Hoax Is Killing America” and “Race Crazy” are coming.
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Aug 15, 2021
His early careers as an art historian and Wall Street financier informed his financial thrillers, which often savaged the rich and powerful.
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Aug 15, 2021
In “I Live a Life Like Yours,” Jan Grue, a Norwegian professor, writes of living with a rare form of spinal muscular atrophy.
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Aug 14, 2021
Benjamin T. Smith explains in “The Dope” why policing has failed to stop the drug trade from Mexico, and why violence keeps rising.
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Aug 13, 2021
Reggaeton, affogato and logging off.
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Aug 13, 2021
His studies of the Peloponnesian War and his impassioned teaching style inspired generations of scholars, as well as Washington strategists.
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Aug 13, 2021
In Tim Lockette’s “Tell It True,” a budding journalist in a small Alabama town reports on capital punishment.
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Aug 13, 2021
Spiotta discusses her latest novel, and Ash Davidson talks about her debut, “Damnation Spring.”
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Aug 13, 2021
Reading Ursula K. Le Guin’s “Always Coming Home” after a cross country move to California.
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Aug 13, 2021
Lale Gul’s autobiographical and sexually frank tale of a woman breaking with her conservative Muslim culture, and her strict parents, is a best seller in the Netherlands. “I’m done hiding,” she says.
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Aug 13, 2021
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
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Aug 13, 2021
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
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Aug 12, 2021
One of Berkeley’s most popular professors, he brought passion and nuance — and a love for blues music — to his award-winning study of the marginalized and the oppressed.
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Aug 12, 2021
A selection of recently published books.
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Aug 12, 2021
A “kitchen anthropologist,” he created a mecca in Manhattan for chefs, writers, scholars, everyday cooks and anyone else who is, well, hungry for culinary knowledge.
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Aug 12, 2021
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
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Aug 12, 2021
From the account of a new doctor to an insider’s look at the government response to Covid, four new titles that capture our reality.
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Aug 12, 2021
Stay present.
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Aug 12, 2021
Taylor Jenkins Reid, the author of “Daisy Jones & the Six” and one of this summer’s hits, “Malibu Rising,” is tapping into the desire among readers (and Hollywood) for escapism plus complexity.
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Aug 12, 2021
Roger Reeves gives us something we must remind children, something about how we’re not always right when we predict doom.
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Aug 12, 2021
In these semi-dark times, qualities of mercy are in demand for readers of all ages.
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Aug 12, 2021
“The original is more complex, more overwrought and more harrowing than popular culture had led me to believe.”
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Aug 11, 2021
“Run, Rose, Run” is set for publication in 2022, along with a Parton album whose 12 new songs were inspired by the book.
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