Our annual survey of the best books includes 10 we think are exceptionally rewarding
  • Nov 15
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Leni Zumas’s novel is based on proposals by men currently in control of our government.

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Nathaniel Rich’s novel offers rich meal of history and crime in the Big Easy.

  • Jon Michaud
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Lonely Planet offers an alluring guide to the world’s most beautiful and unusual toilets

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Bill Minutaglio and Steven Davis show how the president and the druggie used each other.

  • Michael S. Roth
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“Goddess of Anarchy” peels back the layers of a 19th century leftist heroine

  • Tera W. Hunter
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Olivier Rolin recounts a singular but ordinary injustice under Stalin’s USSR.

  • Paul Goldberg
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David B. Woolner explores Roosevelt’s last 100 days.

  • James Hill
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Daniel Ellsberg recounts his scary years as a nuclear war planner

  • Garrett M. Graff
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The literary thriller “Grist Mill Road” explores the twisty aftermath of a childhood crime.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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Lonely Planet’s beautifully illustrated book offers 200 trip ideas across the globe.

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