As summer approaches, here are some of our favorite reads – from thrillers to literary fiction, memoir, history and politics.
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Young adult author Jason Reynolds is determined to get reluctant readers to read

‘The New Annotated Frankenstein’ offers a whole laboratory of background information

  • Charlotte Gordon
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“Paperbacks From Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction.”

  • Ernest Hilbert
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‘The Rooster Bar’ is an all-too-real look at the problem of law school elitism.

  • Carrie Dunsmore
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Jennifer Weiss-Wolf argues that menstruation equity is a gateway issue for feminists.

  • Karen Houppert
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A new biography delivers a fair-minded account of the Israel’s legendary former PM

  • Susan Jacoby
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George William Van Cleve probes America’s turmoil of the late 18th century

  • Jack N. Rakove
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Meredith Hindley recounts the human drama of Casablanca during World War II.

  • Daniel Stashower
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Michael Korda recounts the World War II trauma as historian and six-year-old boy.

  • Marianne Szegedy-Maszak
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Matt Taibbi probes the death of Eric Garner and finds that police ills run deep.

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