(Julia Rothman for The Washington Post)
(Julia Rothman for The Washington Post)
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  • Feb 14
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Katy Butler’s ‘The Art of Dying Well’ is a no-nonsense guide to the inevitable.

The singer talks about her health, her new memoir and why critics need to lighten up about the plot of “Grease”

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“Little Boy” is a stream-of-consciousness explosion of personal memories and political rants.

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A new book of interviews with the purple pop star captures the magnetism of his mystique.

The books are curiously light on helpful tips but offer plenty of unintentional comedy.

“Not everything in this world is Twitter feeds and Facebook groups,” says Walter Isaacson, Arcadia Publishing’s new editor-at-large.

  • Review

Samantha Seiple chronicles the author’s six- week service as a nurse during the war.

  • Lucinda Robb
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William Burns offers a wise account of why things don’t work out the way statesmen plan.

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Two books chart the powerful and dangerous exploits of Paul Le Roux.

  • Jill Leovy
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Michael Tomasky argues that the Republican conservative movement has killed bargaining

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