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Need a book recommendation for the holidays? The Post’s book team provides their advice.

Books make excellent gifts, but with so many new titles each year, it can be difficult to find the perfect pick. Let the staff of The Washington Post’s Book World help. (María Medem/for The Washington Post)

Books make excellent gifts, but with so many new titles each year, it can be difficult to find the perfect pick.

Is your loved one a thriller fan, a history enthusiast, a lover of romance novels? Give us some hints and we’ll provide the recommendations. The staff of The Washington Post’s Book World gave their recommendations on Monday. You can also take a look at our best books of 2021 special section, which you can read here.

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