Remember Bob Ross of “The Joy of Painting”? A serious look at the man who thought we could all make art.
The bestselling novelist’s daughter is the voice of “Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands“
A mesmerizing novel eschewing conventional style about the legendary Liverpool FC manager.
David Mitchell builds his latest work over 280 tweets.
An Egyptologist explores the importance of the Nile to the civilizations that peopled its banks.
Arthur Allen tells how two scientists deceived their Nazi bosses in search for typhus vaccine.
Michael Wolraich tracks the massive turnaround in partisan political fortunes in the early 20th century.
A lavish photobook about the British Ambassador’s residence in DC, by Anthony Seldon and Daniel Collings.
Michael Dirda reviews a satiric novella about the golden days of science fiction television.
The author of “The Liar’s Club” will be in conversation with the creator of “Girls” in Boston on Oct. 2.
Two star-aligned astrophysicists search for love in a galaxy of loneliness.
Penguin Press stands by “The Mockingbird Next Door.”
“Fabritius and the Goldfinch: A True Story of Art, Tragedy, and Immortality,” by Deborah Davis
An exciting and disturbing debut about a murder in rural Pennsylvania, a land of fracking and meth labs.
Chef Dan Barber chronicles his journey in search of delicious and sustainable foods.
Laurence Gonzalez shows how heroic pilots managed to land airliner after loss of flight controls.
Robb Pearlman’s Star Trek parody of “Dick and Jane: has already racked up more than 25,000 orders.
P&P will be the first independent bookstore to sell books at the annual festival, which is on Aug. 30 this year.
No other writer has purchased a Thai sex slave, tried to fight with mujahideen rebels in Afghanistan.
Mr. Robinson penned thrillers and sci-fi, but he also made a living in nonfiction.
The books Washington has been reading.