As summer approaches, here are some of our favorite reads – from thrillers to literary fiction, memoir, history and politics.
  • Jun 8

Vladimir Voinovich’s novel “Monumental Propaganda” anticipated today’s debate.

Michael W. Twitty discovers the food and flavors of his family’s history .

Mark Lilla bemoans the right’s dominance and worries Democrats have no counter plan.

  • Arlie Russell Hochschild
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In his memoir, Saunders recounts his troubled childhood and efforts to maintain balance.

Suzy Hansen challenges her own preconceptions as she travels the world.

  • Ali Wyne
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Peter Baker examines the implications of the former president’s reluctance to address racial issues.

  • Michael Eric Dyson
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‘From Holmes to Sherlock’ is the best account of Baker Street mania ever written.

In “Young Jane Young,” Gabrielle Zevin recasts the scandal that rocked the 1990s.

The best new poetry collections for August.

  • Elizabeth Lund
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