Adam Lazarus revives a time when D.C. football had fascinating characters who won games.
Craig Ryan chronicles the life of a man so devoted to improving safety he used himself in speed tests.
In ‘Losing the Signal,’ Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff chronicle the fate of the BlackBerry.
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Stephen Dobyns pulls off a neat misdirection in this comic crime novel.
Seasoned rock critic Mick Wall chronicles the life of Jim Morrison and his bandmates
David Lagercrantz continues Stieg Larsson’s bestselling Millennium saga.
Berlin’s marvelous stories embody the challenges faced by her marginalized protagonists.
In “Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders,” Julianna Baggott explores the fallout of phenomenal success.
Stephanie Clifford’s debut novel is a 21st-century fable of one woman’s attempt to infiltrate New York’s elite.
Christopher Moore’s new novel is crammed with characters who would feel at home in a Tim Burton movie.
Benjamin Markovits’s new novel asks if money and good intentions are enough.
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