Mr. Schiffrin, the longtime head of Pantheon Books, was forced out in a celebrated culture clash in 1990.
When a young drug addict gets expelled from college, he discovers his home town terrorized by threats.
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.
Mickey Haller is back in the best Lincoln Lawyer novel yet.
Dan Morse, a Washington Post reporter, brings a journalist’s instincts to the notorious Lululemon killing.
“The Boy Detective” is writer Roger Rosenblatt’s enchanting account of growing up in the Big Apple.
“Shocking the Conscience” is Simeon Booker’s memoir of a black man covering the civil rights movement.
His new short-story collection, “A Permanent Member of the Family,” brings him back to a favorite form.
Charlotte Zolotow approached difficult topics for kids in a gentle, reassuring way.
This complex, compelling novel is the story of a navigator searching for his brother-in-law in the trenches of WWI.
Fifteen novels later, legendary private investigator V.I. Warshawski is still on the move.
Winston Churchill: How he learned to stop worrying and dropped the bomb.
Labor has produced what will most likely remain the authoritative biography for generations to come.
The Washington Post’s Nathaniel Grann chooses five of the year’s most impressive books of photography.
Former ambassador Husain Haqqani explains the ill-matched partnership in “Magnificent Delusions.”
A roundup of 50 notable novels and short-story collections, as chosen by reviewers for The Washington Post.
The Washington Post’s choices for the five best fiction and the five best nonfiction books of the year.
The jazz man had an appetite for life’s pleasures, but his loyalty to the music was unfailing.
Nate Jackson’s “Slow Getting Up” and Nicholas Dawidoff’s “Collision Low Crossers” tell the inside story.
The books Washington has been reading.
From novels to history to cooking and ghost stories, Post editors and critics offer introduction to capital.