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The narration of ‘Carnival of Snackery’ is wonderful. Other great listens: ‘The Five Wounds’ and ‘Psycho by the Sea’

  • Katherine A. Powers
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Jones, who escaped the Children of God cult, found a different kind of faith, in books and later, the law — and herself.

  • Marion Winik
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Geography’s role in wars and politics shows the world isn’t “flat,” Tim Marshall writes.

  • Joshua Keating
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“Crime and Punishment” was a turning point for the Russian writer — and for literature.

  • Kathryn Hughes
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Kevin Boyle examines how the decade upended Americans’ sense of stability.

  • Lily Geismer
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Boyle’s bittersweet crime novel delivers a vivid portrait of a time and place.

  • Richard Lipez
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Charles Finch’s recollections are sometimes compelling, sometimes detached.

Reporter Andrea Elliott spent eight years following Dasani and her struggling family.

  • Ted Conover
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David Cay Johnston’s colorful, thorough book doesn’t grapple with the legacy of Jan. 6.

  • James Kwak
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Literary critic Edmund Wilson, an early champion, called her “a writer in a class by herself.”

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