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Two books explore how pitchers toy with hitters and how some stats are meaningless.
His last Date Lab relationship petered out because they lived too far apart.
Michael Wallis recounts the ill-fated journey of the westward pioneers.
David Gessner learned how to live by following the flight of a plastic disc.
A missed email, a no-show and then a second chance at a first date.
He transformed a listless business into one of the world’s largest financial institutions.
Norman Ohler exposes the desperate drug-addled antics of the Nazi regime.
James Barron leads us on a tour through the collections of little boys and murderers.
They share a love of words, but will she share her dessert?
“The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century.”