Reviewed by Michael Dirda, who reviews books on Thursdays in The Washington Post Style section.
For 25 years and counting, Gary K. Wolfe has been the ...Read more
Reviewed by Jennifer Miller, who is the author of two novels, "The Year of the Gadfly" and "The Heart You Carry Home."
Julia Greenfield is treading water. She's a ...Read more
Reviewed by Michele Filgate, who?is a freelance writer and contributing editor at Literary Hub and VP/Awards for the National Book Critics Circle. She lives in Brooklyn.
Reviewed by Patrick Anderson, who Anderson?regularly reviews mysteries and thrillers for The Washington Post.
In Michael Koryta's exciting "Rise the Dark," ...Read more
Reviewed by Chris Bohjalian, who is the author of 19 books. His most recent novel is "The Guest Room."
I'm going to come clean right away: I'm addicted to Arctic ...Read more
Reviewed by James Hill
The relationship between humans and their pets has been a staple of literature almost since, say, the advent of movable type. So one would think...Read more
Simon & Schuster
Reviewed by Dennis Drabelle
You might think of Robert Moor as the Roger Angell of trail-walking. Just as Angell's reports on specific baseball games segue ...Read more
Reviewed by Ron Charles
You can't say he didn't warn us. Jay McInerney's new novel, "Bright, Precious Days," is bright and precious.
It's his third ...Read more
Wishing on a Star - My Journey Across the Gender DivideRachael Evelyn Booth
This book is a memoir from a pioneer in the transgender world - a person born and expected to live as a male but knowing she was female. Rachael Booth did what most people of her era did - tried to find her place in the male world by joining the military, getting married, and having children...
Reviewed by Lisa Zeidner
In 1986, when Tama Janowitz read at Rutgers University, she had an audience of almost 500. You can count on little more than one hand the ...Read more
Reviewed by Carlos Lozada
"Necessary Trouble" is a travelogue of protest and radicalism in 21st-century America, the kind of guidebook you use if you want to ...Read more
Reviewed by Cinque Henderson
There is a line in Teju Cole's remarkable debut novel, "Open City," that still stumps me. The protagonist, a medical doctor, ...Read more
Reviewed by Daniel Stashower
'She's adorable-looking, but you definitely shouldn't mess with her," Sarah Koenig remarked in the first episode of the wildly popular "Serial" ...Read more
Reviewed by Timothy R. Smith
As you revel in Olympic glory this summer, take a moment to consider the sports photographers. Their work is how you'll remember the events ...Read more
Simon & Schuster
Reviewed by Celeste Ward Gventer
The laser-guided Hellfire missile is highly accurate. When one is fired from a Predator drone at an alleged enemy of the ...Read more
Reviewed by Bethanne Patrick
About halfway through this colorful family saga, a young American named Celine encounters the celebrated and temperamental Chef Gil ...Read more
Reviewed by Ron Charles, who is the editor of The Washington Post Book World. You can follow him on Twitter @RonCharles.
Nobody could wait for Colson Whitehead...Read more
Reviewed by Carol Memmott, who in Northern Virginia, also reviews books for the Chicago Tribune.
Bombings in Paris and Amsterdam are just dress rehearsals for an Islamic State attack on the United States that Israeli intelligence agent Gabriel Allon is ...Read more
Reviewed by Garth Greenwell, who is the author of the novel "What Belongs to You."
Tim Murphy's hugely ambitious new novel, "Christodora," tackles the legacy and ...Read more
Joe McGinniss Jr
Simon & Schuster
Reviewed by Ian Shapira, who is a staff writer for The Washington Post. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the opening pages of "Carousel ...Read more
Scholastic Press. Ages 8 to 12.
Reviewed by Christina Barron
Do you ever find yourself sucked into a video game so deeply that anything not coming through your headphones sounds like a ...Read more