Linda Hirshman charts the impact of Justices O’Connor and Ginsburg and the progress in women’s legal rights.
A worthy crown to Terry Pratchett’s phenomenal artistic achievement.
Tracy Daughtery chronicles the life of journalist and memoirist Joan Didion.
Craig Ryan chronicles the life of a man so devoted to improving safety he used himself in speed tests.
In “Losing the Signal,” Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff chronicle the fate of the BlackBerry.
“The General in the Garden” chronicles the president’s green thumb.
From Page 1 of Mark Ribowsky’s book, you’ll be whistling “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay.”
World religions; reading Latin America; Amazon stories.
This year’s festival commemorates the 200th anniversary of the historic connection between the Library of Congress and Thomas Jefferson.
David Lagercrantz continues Stieg Larsson’s bestselling Millennium saga.
Berlin’s marvelous stories embody the challenges faced by her marginalized protagonists.
The mysterious novelist concludes her series with an homage to Naples and female friendship.
Michael Koryta’s creepy thriller is set partly in claustrophobic wormways deep underground.
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