(Sarah K. Benning for The Washington Post)
(Sarah K. Benning for The Washington Post)
The 10 books to read now, plus notable fiction, nonfiction, thrillers, fantasy and more.
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The novel, which begins in Beijing during 1989’s Tiananmen Square demonstrations, follows a physicist obsessed with time.

  • Wendy Smith
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James Mann lays out their feud over the Iraq War and how it reverberates today.

  • Heather Hurlburt
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Essayists recount the abuse, rejection, extremism or disillusionment that led them to leave the church.

  • Megan Marz
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The director’s first biography, by Maura Spiegel, sheds light on the man but may not satisfy film buffs.

  • Chris Nashawaty
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Adam Minter chronicles the journeys of cars, clothes and consumer goods in the global secondhand trade.

  • Lisa Zeidner
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Journalists Joe Palazzolo and Michael Rothfeld present a rogue’s gallery of Trump’s associates.

  • Jill Filipovic
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The Post’s Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig on how Trump got rid of critics and created his own ideology.

  • Joe Klein
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The sequel to “The Peripheral” is full of cultural commentary, plus imagination and suspense.

  • Paul Di Filippo
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Sixty years after the legendary African American author’s death in relative obscurity, a new collection of short fiction has arrived.

  • Naomi Jackson
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Beyond the Sherlock Holmes tales, there’s “The White Company” and “Sir Nigel.”

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