Marc Peyser and Timothy Dwyer look into the lives of Eleanor Roosevelt and Teddy Roosevelt’s daughter.
Matthew Parker chronicles Ian Fleming’s adventures and loves around his house called Goldeneye.
In ’Between You & Me,’ a New Yorker copy editor explains the uses of usage.
The author is pitch perfect in this rich, musical novel about early 20th-century Chicago.
The surprise publishing hit “Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography” expands the “Little House” author’s memoir.
Michael Pye’s history focuses on the role of the people around the North Sea — not the Roman Empire.
The comedian had “work” done 365 times, according to Melissa Rivers’s biography of her mom.
Mr. Morton was known internationally for his works of popular history documenting Viennese society.
New Folio Society edition of Frank Herbert’s classic features an introduction by Michael Dirda and color illustrations.
“The American People: Search for My Heart” is the latest from AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
Jon Krakauer explores sexual assault victims’ search for justice at the University of Montana.
“Every Fifteen Minutes” is as teasingly irresistible as any of the prolific author’s novels.
Leigh Ann Henion travels the world in a quest to reconnect with a personal sense of wonder.
In David Whitehouse’s novel, a bookmobile turns into a means of escape.
In his memoir, the groundbreaking composer illuminates his musical journey at expense of the personal.
Elizabeth Gilbert, Billy Collins, Susan Orlean and others illuminate a photo book on togetherness.
The PEN American Center awards annual prizes in a number of categories, including essays, science writing, first books and books in translation.
Robert Crawford’s biography “Young Eliot” captures the poet’s early years.
Mark Doty, Marge Piercy and Charles Simic offer notable new collections.
Drama and intrigue fill the new novel from the author of “Like Water for Elephants.”
The books Washington has been reading.