His memoir, “Pimp,” has sold millions and influenced numerous writers, filmmakers and rappers.
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded grants to 36 scholars to encourage books for a general audience.
Paula McLain offers a portrait of the iconoclastic pilot and her times.
The story is a brilliant and masterful retelling of the Nez Perce War of 1877 that is worth every page.
Delphine Schrank chronicles a dissident’s difficult life on Burma’s twisted road toward democracy.
Anthony M. Amore details how art collectors get duped and how frauds are uncovered.
In ‘The Dorito Effect,’ Mark Schatzker explains how industrial food is destroying flavor
‘We Could Not Fail’ looks at the African Americans who helped win the Space Race
Brooke C. Stoddard’s book traces the rise and fall of iron and steel manufacturing through the centuries.
In its first week, Harper Lee’s novel sold more copies in D.C. than all the other books on the bestseller lists combined.
“I start writing to find out why I’ve had that feeling.“
“Dr. Who: The Drosten’s Curse,” “Aurora” and “The Watchmaker of Filigree Street.”
Lady Elizabeth Russell organized a neighborhood petition to stop Shakespeare’s acting company.
The writer once lived next door to the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird” — and now she’s worried about her.
A thriller by the Edgar Award-winner is steeped in Southern Gothic.
The New York Times finally allows Cruz on its list, even as the senator’s book falls off The Post’s list.
Cyrus M. Copeland describes his father’s ordeal at the time of the U.S. hostage crisis in Iran in 1979.
In ‘Vendetta,’ James Neff chronicles the long-running conflcit between Bobby Kennedy and Jimmy Hoffa.
It’s the first detailed biography in 40 years of the legendary producer who regularly bedded his stars.
“The Discreet Hero,” by Peru’s Nobel laureate in literature, delivers a bawdy tragicomedy.
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