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It’s the season for reading. Here are titles we’ve loved — and argued about — so far this year.
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Julia Heaberlin’s thriller “Paper Ghosts” is a gritty homage to the Lone Star State.

  • Carol Memmott
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Roland Philipps explores the ideology that prompted Donald Maclean’s traitorous actions.

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John Branch explores the transformations overtaking the world of ranching in the West

  • Carson Vaughan
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James Loeffler portrays the lawyers and activists who inspired the human rights movement

  • Thane Rosenbaum
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Seymour Hersh recounts breaking My Lai massacre and getting duped by forged documents.

  • Glenn Frankel
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Michael Eric Dyson explores the role of black voices speaking out for black justice.

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Rosalie Knecht’s ‘Who is Vera Kelly?’ turns the espionage tale on its head.

  • Maureen Corrigan
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“Upstate” beautifully captures a father’s efforts to stay connected to his children

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How has such an idiosyncratic, uncommercial director achieved such success?

  • Charles Arrowsmith
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  • 3 days ago
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“Springfield Confidential,” by Mike Reiss, offers a wealth of great anecdotes and punchlines.

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The Washington Post Bestsellers Jun 10
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