In Hitler’s Germany thousands of women were transformed into mass murderers
‘The Nostalgia Factory’ is a tribute to reminiscence, one of old age’s great glories
Lady Pamela Hicks reflects on her aristocratic life as the youngest daughter of Lord Louis Mountbatten
No book has so delightfully captured the man’s energy and intellect.
This gigantic photo book of the planets and stars comes with a collection of related video clips.
The author of ‘The Naked Singularity’ shows how devilishly entertaining experimental literature can be.
This rediscovered masterpiece exhibits a 19th-century confidence in layer-cake storytelling.
New story collections by three of the most successful practitioners of the literary narrative.
Best known for his epic history of Texas, Mr. Fehrenbach also wrote about Mexico and warfare.
In “Kansas City Lightning,” Stanley Crouch brings the great jazz musician alive.
David O. Stewart’s novel reveals a plot behind Lincoln’s killing that is even more sinister than was known.
“Story of a Death Foretold” examines the coup against Salvador Allende.
His heartbreaking, gorgeously written novel is one of The Post’s Top 10 books for 2013, and it was long-listed for the National Book Award.
Robert Hillburn talked to Johnny Cash many times over the years, and offers insight in a new biography.
In his many books, the Cornell historian examined the Constitution and concepts of American identity.
The Hungarian master pays homage to the self-perpetuating and timeless quality of great art.
With gorgeous collages, this book describes the near extinction and recovery of Puerto Rico’s parrots.
The adventures of 10-year-old Flora and a super squirrel.
The illustrator of “Creepy Carrots!” is back with a tiger out of control.
The books Washington has been reading.
From novels to history to cooking and ghost stories, Post editors and critics offer introduction to capital.