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Susan Orlean, Haruki Murakami and Barbara Kingsolver are just a few of the authors with books coming out.
  • Sep 4
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“Empire of Enchantment” explores magic’s roots in India (though you’ll have to forgive the typos).

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Through a survey of modern homes, “The Iconic House” examines how architecture reflects culture.

  • Lindsey M. Roberts
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Burns is the first writer from Northern Ireland to win the prestigious award.

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The novel relates our current culture war to the battle over Darwin more than a century ago.

The photographer’s book “Shade” juxtaposes recent news events with photos of his former boss Barack Obama.

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The singer describes how she went from being a victimof domestic abuse to the face of empowerment.

  • David Kirby
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In “Dare to Lead,” the researcher and TED Talk all-star turns her attention to the boardroom.

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“Hey, Kiddo,” “Blue” and “A Very Large Expanse of Sea” explore sadness, loss, prejudice — and hope.

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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Therese Anne Fowler’s “A Well-Behaved Woman” takes a gimlet-eyed view of high-society life.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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A trio of celebrity memoirs is the antidote for shorter days and the “self-starting dumpster fire that is the world.”

  • Rachel Rosenblit
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  • 4 days ago
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