Reviewed by Frances Itani, who is the author of 16 books, most recently the novel "Tell."
Murph, the protagonist of Roger Rosenblatt's new novel, has a voice that ...Read more
Reviewed by Michael Dirda, who reviews each Thursday in The Washington Post Style section and is the author, most recently, of "Browsings: A Year of Reading, Collecting...Read more
Spiegel and Grau
Reviewed by Ron Charles, who is the editor of The Washington Post Book World. You can follow him @RonCharles. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Reed Farrel Coleman
G P Putnam's Sons
Reviewed by Maureen Corrigan, who teaches literature at Georgetown University, is book critic for the NPR program "Fresh Air."
There's the thrill ...Read more
Reviewed by Caroline Preston, who latest novel is "The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt."
For those of us who are women of a certain age and have subscriptions to ...Read more
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Learn ABC's while exploring the Andes
Lulu Delacre's "Olinguito, de la A a la Z! /Olinguito A to Z" (Lee & Low, $18.95; ages 3-10) is a poetic, bilingual alphabet book ...Read more
Reviewed by Rebecca Ritzel
When New York City Ballet principal dancer Darci Kistler retired six years ago, the final bows she took on a rose-covered stage marked the ...Read more
Reviewed by Megan McDonough
Since the dawn of civilization, people have been fascinated with wild horses. Our prehistoric cave paintings and stone ...Read more
Fallen Angel: A Spiritual RomanceK. C. Berg
Beth loves Sam so much that it hurts, but he is a prisoner to his past. Listening to her broken heart, Beth packs up her belongings and flees Eagle River in the middle of the night, hoping to leave all of the pain and the heartache behind. Five years later, a mysterious stranger—and a ...
John Stauffer, Zoe Trodd and Celeste-Marie Bernier
Reviewed by Elizabeth R. Varon
Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery in Maryland in 1838, then forged a storied career as ...Read more
Simon and Schuster
Reviewed by Carlos Lozada
Daniel Oppenheimer's "Exit Right" is a flawed book, but it is flawed in the particular way that only great books can be. It ...Read more
Reviewed by Chris Richards
It really bugs me when people say that Keith Richards looks like a pirate. Don't these pseuds know that they're talking about one of the ...Read more
Reviewed by Carrie Dunsmore
The insular small town of Saltleigh, located on a dark English estuary. A crumbling home known as the Crooked House, "its ...Read more
John Donvan and Caren Zucker
Reviewed by Ann Bauer
I was on Page 86 of John Donvan and Caren Zucker's magnificent opus, "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism," when I began casting...Read more
Reviewed by H. W. Brands
If Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination for president, over the strenuous efforts of party regulars to derail him, he ought to send ...Read more
Reviewed by Susan Sheehan
When an author uncovers a half-century's worth of hidden correspondence between his grandparents, a book is bound to follow. Ian Buruma ...Read more
Reviewed by Patrick Anderson, who regularly reviews mysteries and thrillers for The Washington Post Book World.
Gregg Hurwitz's new novel, "Orphan X," so excited ...Read more
Reviewed by Dennis Drabelle, a former contributing editor of The Washington Book World.
In a prefatory note to his new novel, the last installment of a trilogy, ...Read more
Farrar Straus Giroux
Reviewed by Ron Charles, who is the editor of The Washington Post Book World. You can follow him on Twitter @RonCharles.
"What Belongs to You" whispers ...Read more
Reviewed by Michael Dirda, who reviews each Thursday in The Washington Post Style and is the author, most recently, of "Browsings: A Year of Reading, ...Read more
Reviewed by Andrea Barrett, whose most recent book is "Archangel," a collection of short fiction.
Caroline Herschel, tiny and fierce of will, was born in 1750, ...Read more