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Lauren Weisberger is back with another spot-on lampoon of the upper class.

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“The Death of Mrs. Westaway” is an old-fashioned suspense tale with a fascinating heroine.

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As the author of ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’ once put it, ‘Newark is my Stockholm.’

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Listen up — from the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Less” to the classic novel “Dog of the South.”

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We sampled book boxes to see what reading — and other goodies — come with membership.

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Provide a selection of age-appropriate books and let kids choose what they want to read.

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‘Brother in Ice,’ by Alicia Kopf, won an English PEN Award.

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Selections for May include Kate Clayborn’s “Luck of the Draw” and Diana Quincy’s “The Duke Who Ravished Me.”

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In his latest novel, the horror master explores the blurry line between good and evil.

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The movie effectively spanks snobs who claim that people aren’t into books anymore.

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D.B. John’s novel ‘Star of the North’ offers a glimpse of life inside a little-known nation.

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The Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction cancels this year’s award.

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The ‘Bonfire of the Vanities’ author got writers out from behind desks and into the world.

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In ‘A Shout in the Ruins,’ Army veteran Kevin Powers turns his eye to the sins of the South

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“A Million Drops” by Víctor del Árbol is a multigenerational drama that begins in the years before the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.

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“That Kind of Mother,” by Rumaan Alam, is an outstanding depiction of motherhood and cross-racial adoption.

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A page-turner that’s also a biting commentary on sexual politics — and chimps

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In the end, Trevor wrote about loneliness, not death.

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A postwar story about two children left alone with a mysterious guardian.

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Michael Koryta’s new thriller keeps readers wondering until its surprising end.

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