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In "The Lost Pianos of Siberia," Sophy Roberts searches for a rare old instrument across a land as vast as it is old
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Even at this late date, as three new books demonstrate, it's possible to take very different views of the Trump administration
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The lesson of a new book is clear: Hitler desired war, lusted for it and brooked no opposition from inside or outside Germany to launching World War II
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Jeffrey Toobin's "High Crimes and Misdemeanors" stands as a chilling preview of what to expect if Donald Trump wins a second term
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Darran Anderson makes an "Inventory" of the objects and memories that defined his youth, in small-town Northern Ireland in the 1980s
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Not to give anything away, but “in about five billion years, the sun will swell to its red giant phase, engulf the orbit of Mercury and perhaps Venus, and leave the Earth a charred, lifeless, magma-covered rock”
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This book should be required reading for anyone trying to understand the challenges of getting to and surviving in the United States in the Trump era
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The Celtic Tiger roars (and falls) again in Caoilinn Hughes’s second novel, which follows an Irish farming family dealing with illness and financial disaster
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For fans of "Life After Life," Jill McCorkle's latest, "Hieroglyphics," asks important questions about what happens to our loved ones when we die
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A global virus has rendered animals too toxic to eat. So people turn to human consumption.
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"‘Inferno’ is a disturbing and masterfully told memoir, but it is also an important one that pushes back on powerful taboos," Kim Brooks writes of Catherine Cho's account of surviving postpartum psychosis
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"It’s strange, perhaps, to crave more privacy for a fictional character, but I wanted it for Edie. I wanted more mystery, for her to resist being so neatly summed up."
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Wilkerson invites us to see, in some of the horrors of the Holocaust, echoes of America’s caste order
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One Miss America contestant advised Philip Roth on his portrayal of an ex-Miss New Jersey in “American Pastoral”
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Two disasters drive Caoilinn Hughes's novel "The Wild Laughter": the death of a family patriarch and the collapse of the Irish economy
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A.B. Yehoshua's new novel opens in a neurologist’s office — never a place you want to be unless you’re the neurologist
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The maternal heart is the lifeblood of Jill McCorkle's latest novel, "Hieroglyphics"
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The writer Pete Hamill has died at 85. He turned a gift for storytelling, a fascination with characters and a romance with tabloid newspapers into a storied career as a journalist.
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"This is less a story about coupling than it is one about work. The spikiest, funniest scenes send up corporate life, with all its feints at inclusion and its complacent racism."
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"What does it mean to be lucky, to be spared, when such luck carries with it the burden of bearing witness?" Alexis Schaitkin reviews Betsy Bonner's memoir, "The Book of Atlantis Black."
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