(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
  • May 23
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E.A. Wyke-Smith’s overlooked masterpiece “The Marvellous Land of Snergs” is silly, spooky — and charming.

  • Douglas Blackmon
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Linda Holmes’s novel is escapism at its finest.

  • Julie Depenbrock
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Marcy Dermansky’s fourth novel is a story of sex and intrigue set around a beautiful pool at a luxurious house.

  • Rumaan Alam
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A new book, “Anne Frank: The Collected Works,” includes previously unpublished letters Anne Frank wrote to her grandmother as the Nazis made their way across Europe.

  • Review

Lee Airton’s book ‘Gender: Your Guide’ is a vital resource toward understanding and inclusiveness.

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New collections of works by Gregory Orr, Tess Gallagher, Jim Harrison and Drew Pisarra.

  • Elizabeth Lund
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Mark Watney’s Mars potatoes are just the beginning.

  • Review

This guide, from the women behind theSkimm, is what you’d expect: A chatty collection of information and advice.

  • Review

Casey Rae’s book looks back at the big-name rockers the beat writer influenced.

  • Alexander C. Kafka
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