As summer approaches, here are some of our favorite reads – from thrillers to literary fiction, memoir, history and politics.
  • Jun 8

This myth-laden novel is further weakened by the Turkish Nobel Prize winner’s didacticism.

  • William Giraldi
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“I’ll Have What She’s Having,” by Erin Carlson, examines Nora Ephron’s cinematic genius.

  • Karin Tanabe
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A bittersweet memoir about a family living with autism

  • Jamie Fisher
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Christopher Brookmyre’s “The Last Hack” is an ingenious modern thriller.

  • Maureen Corrigan
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Vladimir Voinovich’s novel “Monumental Propaganda” anticipated today’s debate.

Michael W. Twitty discovers the food and flavors of his family’s history .

Mark Lilla bemoans the right’s dominance and worries Democrats have no counter plan.

  • Arlie Russell Hochschild
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In his memoir, Saunders recounts his troubled childhood and efforts to maintain balance.

Suzy Hansen challenges her own preconceptions as she travels the world.

  • Ali Wyne
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