The author Jayson Greene (Joni Greene)
The author Jayson Greene (Joni Greene)
Jayson Greene’s “Once More We Saw Stars” is a heartbreaking — and heartwarming — tale of love and loss.
  • May 8
  • Review

The thriller falls victim to its own unintentional comedy.

  • Review

The eight stories pay homage to fantasy, horror and science fiction greats, while charting new territory.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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  • 1 hour ago
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Hallie Rubenhold brings humanity, dignity and sympathy to five poor women who met their end in Victorian London.

  • Joanna Scutts
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The painstaking author offers tips and anecdotes from his decades at the typewriter.

  • Evan Thomas
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In “Down From the Mountain,” Bryce Andrews delivers a first-hand account of the dilemmas facing farmers in bear country.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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Two new books explore the alarming prevalence of air pollution and its risks to human health.

  • Florence Williams
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Rachel Louise Snyder explores efforts to help victims and reform abusers.

Wealth didn’t make her family immune from insecurity and heartbreak, Janny Scott writes.

  • Jonathan Yardley
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  • Review

Chris Pavone’s new novel is as much the story of a modern woman as it is a globe-hopping thriller.

  • Carol Memmott
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  • Perspective

George R.R. Martin brilliantly subverted tired tropes.

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