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Her Three Pines mystery series, with Inspector Gamache, is a rare one that becomes more interesting the longer it goes on.
Caitlin Moscatello’s “See Jane Win” dives deep into the triumphs and pitfalls encountered by novice women politicians in the 2018 elections.
Salman Rushdie’s messy novel pulls in everything from the opioid crisis and white supremacist violence to “Pinocchio” and reality TV.
The journalist writes on early activists who fought sex trafficking in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
Late summer blooms brighten a field on the outskirts of Frankfurt, Germany, as the sun rises on Sept. 6.
Acclaimed writer Susan Straight shares a poignant and vivid reflection on her family’s journeys.
Elizabeth Acevedo’s latest YA novel has wide appeal, a compelling lead, and descriptions of mouthwatering food.
Theologian and Anglican priest John Barton takes a well-researched look into the context and composition of the Bible.
Kat Cho’s debut novel “Wicked Fox” is a little complicated, but the poignantly rendered family relationships and fantasy drama are worth the ride.
From a true-crime story to tales of truffles, from a soul-food mystery to a pastry chef’s romance, keep yourself entertained with our reviewer’s best four audiobooks of August.
The people in David Szalay’s novel travel great distances, but they tend to glide past each other rather than truly connect.
Jonathan M. Hansen’s “Young Castro: The Making of a Revolutionary” shows the evolution of a political icon.
The latest mystery from Louise Penny, a probing novel by Richard Russo, and Sarah M. Broom’s memoir of living in New Orleans, all made our list this month.
In “Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered,” Carmen C. Bambach demonstrates how his digressions were fundamental to, and necessary for, the unfolding of his genius.
Remembering the legacy of Toni Morrison, whose writings on race, womanhood, and American culture left an outsized impact.
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