(Illustrations by Neiko Ng. Paper engineering/pop-up design by Simon Arizpe. Photos by Bill O’Leary.)
(Illustrations by Neiko Ng. Paper engineering/pop-up design by Simon Arizpe. Photos by Bill O’Leary.)
Of all the outstanding titles that grabbed our attention this year, these stood out.
  • Review

Ben Winters’s “Golden State” takes place in a fact-obsessed society.

  • Jon Michaud
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  • Perspective

Oliver, who died this week, was sometimes criticized for being “inspirational.”

  • Maggie Smith
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  • Review

An estimated 1.3 trillion images were taken in 2017 alone.

  • Reagan Upshaw
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  • Review

Thomas Perry’s thriller “The Burglar” is a twisty morality tale.

  • Review

A World War I soldier took the brunt of a blast that badly injured the future author.

  • James McGrath Morris
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  • Review

The Washington Post correspondent came to view himself as a hostage in negotiations on the nuclear deal.

  • Review

Edward Humes explores one case as an example of how forensics produces faulty evidence.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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  • Review

Try a little Wodehouse, a little biology and a great Scottish mystery.

  • Katherine A. Powers
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  • Review

In his memoir, Gregory Jaczko recounts criticism of his conduct and statements.

  • Michael Shellenberger
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  • Review

Peter Shinkle reveals the tensions in the government service of Robert Cutler. 

  • James Kirchick
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The Washington Post Bestsellers Jan 13
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How are these calculated?
The Post compiles its bestsellers lists by combining hard cover, paperback and ebook sales data from NPD Book and Amazon.com — including qualified borrows of books read through Amazon's digital subscription program. The Post excludes non-narrative books at its sole discretion.
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