A memoir by the author of “Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight” is about her divorce and its aftermath.
A “faux mystery” stars a detective lured by temptation.
Finding the connections between puzzles, mystery and magic.
Eric Foner depicts the promise and perils of the Underground Railroad.
A graphic-novel memoir by the Georgia congressman about the civil rights era
A biography celebrates the artists who revolutionized photography, including Adams and Lange.
The new film offers cuteness and hijinks, but the classic books offer something ever so proper.
Lowe’s memoir arrives on the first anniversary of his televised marriage to Catherine Giudici.
Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a detainee since 2002, publishes his diary of the brutal conditions at Guantanamo.
In this affecting modern-day Western, a former prison guard seeks faith and forgiveness.
Giant ants threaten humans; witches hold grudges; and a man’s plight is that he is equally dead and alive.
One high-priced copy will be destroyed by a SWAT team, but your e-copy will vanish, too.
In this promising first novel, a killing may be linked to war crimes in Bosnia.
Sarah Chayes argues that governmental thievery leads to violence and religious extremism.
Eric Topol sees a medical future that allows patients to stand at the center of their care and personal data.
“Three Minutes in Poland” is the rare Holocaust narrative that feels like it’s about people, not ghosts
Farran Smith Nehme’s “Missing Reels:” A cinematic romance.
The author of ‘Bridge to Terabithia’ has supported the Vermont College of Fine Arts since its founding.
In the frozen waters of the Arctic, a bioterror expert tries to save a submarine crew from a lethal threat
Allen Kurzweil chases down a bully who made his boarding-school life miserable 40 years ago.
The books Washington has been reading.