Patrick Ryan, formerly of Granta magazine, will take over the monthly magazine of short fiction for young people.
Detective Constable Lacey Flint must stop a serial killer who’s draining the blood from young boys in London.
John Taliaferro will discuss his biography of John Hay on June 27.
“The Ocean at the End of the Lane” is a beautifully crafted novel about the longing for home.
In “Second Suns,” David Oliver Relin describes two doctors’ efforts to treat cataracts in Nepal.
Susan Dunn looks at what may be the most consequential election of the 20th Century
Two caddies reflect on their experiences on the golf course
A Brooklyn grandmother and die-hard Yankees fan rules this novel about Joe DiMaggio.
John Edward Huth’s “The Lost Art of Finding Our Way” explores the many ways people can navigate.
Exclusive photo of her own engagement ring.
A sweeping novel about love, American style, and the diamond industry that influences it.
Peter Josyph reflects on the life and residence of the author of “All the Pretty Horses.”
A master spy novelist looks back in mastery with the tale of a young U.S. agent in China.
Set during the late Cold War, the novel focuses on two American girls who ask a Soviet leader for peace.
In “Fighting for Common Ground,” Olympia Snowe reveals what’s wrong with Congress.
In “The Unwinding,” George Packer captures the struggles of workers and families over seveal decades.
Google's Eric Schmidt is among the backers.
Although written nearly 500 years ago, Giovanni Della Casa’s “Galateo” still offers words to live by.
Hilary Mantel's "Bring Up the Bodies" among the finalists
A new anthology brings together the old comics with historical essays about the world's most famous gum.
The books Washington has been reading.
From novels to history to cooking and ghost stories, Post editors and critics offer introduction to capital.