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Susan Orlean, Haruki Murakami and Barbara Kingsolver are just a few of the authors with books coming out.
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Ben Macintyre revisits the story of KGB officer Oleg Gordievsky — a British mole during the 1970s and ’80s.

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Esi Edugyan’s novel is one of the most anticipated books of the year.

Two copies of Bob Woodward’s book are now available.

  • Review

The fourth book in Amy Stewart’s series continues the tale of the real-life Constance Kopp.

  • Katherine A. Powers
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The retailer says the redacted online blurbs were unintentional, but authors are still baffled and annoyed.

  • Review

Chris Hedges targets the corporate state as the cause of human misery.

  • Thomas Carothers
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New releases include “Dreamers” by Yuyi Morales and “The Faithful Spy” by John Hendrix.

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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Paul Tucker explores ways to legitimize and monitor power of unelected authorities.

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Norm Eisen’s “The Last Palace” offers a fascinating window into a country’s ups and downs.

  • Review

Mark Leibovich assesses pro football’s problems and the prospects for its future.

  • Joe Nocera
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  • 5 days ago
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