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A book’s final lines can make or break the experience. Here are some of the best.
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Lauren Wilkinson’s atmospheric tale of espionage stars a black female intelligence officer.

  • Maureen Corrigan
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Deborah Lipstadt’s book “Antisemitism: Here and Now” makes a convincing case

  • Randy Rosenthal
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Dorothy Butler Gilliam recounts covering civil rights and mentoring young journalists.

  • Review

Roger McNamee warns Facebook users of the platform’s sinister ambitions.

  • Evgeny Morozov
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  • Review

The former FBI deputy director recounts the dysfunction at the top of the Justice Department.

  • Review

Kyle Swenson tells a tale of Cleveland police scandals, false convictions and exoneration.

  • Review

Dave Cullen focuses on the determination of student activists after the Florida school shooting.

  • Jill Filipovic
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In Elinor Lipman’s latest, an old yearbook and a nosy neighbor lead to all kinds of adventures.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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A book’s final lines can make or break the experience. Here are some of the best.

  • Review

In “Leading Men,” Christopher Castellani explores how art and love can — and can’t — coexist.

  • Louis Bayard
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