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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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James Clapper asserts that Russia’s election interference is a profound threat to America.

  • Christopher Dickey
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Asne Seierstad recounts the rocky path of two sisters from Norway to Syria.

  • Dina Temple-Raston
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Lily Bailey recounts her efforts to live with — and overcome — severe OCD.

  • Scott Stossel
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Joseph A. Esposito recounts the night Nobel laureates partied at Kennedy’s White House.

  • Thomas Oliphant
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Lucy Jones studies disasters of the past and sees a changed landscape in the future.

  • Simon Winchester
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Lauren Weisberger is back with another spot-on lampoon of the upper class.

  • Lisa Scottoline
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“The Death of Mrs. Westaway” is an old-fashioned suspense tale with a fascinating heroine.

  • Maureen Corrigan
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In his final book, the senator feels free to speak his mind — on Palin, Obama, Iraq and Trump.

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As the author of ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’ once put it, ‘Newark is my Stockholm.’

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Listen up — from the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Less” to the classic novel “Dog of the South.”

  • Katherine A. Powers
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The Washington Post Bestsellers May 20
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