Reviewed by Sarah MacLean, who is the author of historical romance novels and reviews romances every month for The Washington Post.
Although dukes and billionaires have long dominated the romance ...Read more
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In the twilight of a year rich with ...Read more
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John Fortunato, who served in the Pentagon as an ...Read more
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During the Victorian era, the worst London fogs occurred in the 1880s and...Read more
Reviewed by Dennis Drabelle, who is the mysteries editor of The Washington Post Book World.
Wilkie Collins liberated the mystery story from drafty castles and ...Read more
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Reviewed by Carlos Lozada
The terrorists come to shore at the South Street Seaport and scatter throughout Manhattan on foot and in cabs. They detonate bombs and shoot ...Read more
Simon & Schuster
Reviewed by Gerard DeGroot
Judging by the title of this book, Jay Winik seems to think that the year 1944 "changed history." He never explains how, nor does he ...Read more
Reviewed by James Mann
After President Barack Obama concluded his nuclear agreement with Iran last summer, not only Obama's supporters but even Brent Scowcroft,...Read more
Mind of an Entrepreneur Today Part 1 [Kindle Edition]Wendy Muhammad
Nothing works until you do. Until you get up and do something for yourself, you will never be able to claim your place among the civilized people of the universe. This ebook is designed to help entrepreneurs and emerging leaders to discover their authenticity and to develop the mind of an ...
Reviewed by Eboo Patel
One year after 9/11, the Department of Justice established the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System. NSEERS required nonimmigrant ...Read more
Reviewed by Charles Hughes
Throughout his life, Sam Phillips, who founded Sun Records and launched the careers of artists such as Johnny Cash, Howlin' Wolf, B....Read more
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Reviewed by Elaine Showalter, who is a professor emerita of English at Princeton University.
The 50th-anniversary edition of John Williams' "Stoner" ...Read more
Reviewed by Gerald Early, who is professor of English and of African and African-American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. He is also the editor of the university's...Read more
Reviewed by Maureen Corrigan, who is the book critic for the NPR program "Fresh Air," teaches literature at Georgetown University.
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Reviewed by Michael Dirda, who is a regular book reviewer for The Washington Post Style section and the author, most recently, of "Browsings: A Year of Reading, Collecting ...Read more
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Reviewed by Ron Charles, who is the editor of The Washington Post's Book World. You can follow him on Twitter @...Read more
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Sometimes one book leads an author to another. Thomas Vinciguerra is the editor of "Backward Ran Sentences," published in 2011. Its ...Read more
Reviewed by James Hill
From Al Capone (real) to Tony Soprano (fictional), the gangster has loomed large in American lore. Such notoriety cut both ways for George "...Read more
Reviewed by Carol Memmott
Big canvases, bright colors and bold innovation are the hallmarks of mid-20th-century abstract expressionism. America's contribution to ...Read more
Reviewed by Steven Pearlstein
The alleged failings of economics are now widely understood, except perhaps by economists themselves. You hear that economics is ideology...Read more