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A planned overhaul of the Dublin home that was the setting for the writer’s short story “The Dead” was opposed by writers, artists, academics and heritage groups.
An excerpt from “The Plot,” by Jean Hanff Korelitz
New novels by Jennifer Weiner, Sunny Hostin and Katherine St. John
An excerpt from “Mary Jane,” by Jessica Anya Blau
Inside the relatably argumentative, highly downloadable marriage of retired soccer star Abby Wambach and best-selling author Glennon Doyle.
“Out of the Shadows,” by Emily Midorikawa, features six 19th-century women Spiritualists who defied gender norms to command public attention.
“How Iceland Changed the World,” by Egill Bjarnason, offers a jaunty history of a small country with an outsize influence on global affairs.
“Letters to Camondo,” by Edmund de Waal, is addressed to a wealthy fin-de-siècle French Jew whose elegant Parisian home is filled with priceless objets d’art — and memories of the family that once lived there.
“Plunder,” by Cynthia Saltzman, recounts the French general’s vast thefts of European art and sculpture through the story of a single magnificent painting, Veronese’s “The Wedding Feast at Cana.”
“The Holly,” by Julian Rubinstein, explores the history of gang violence in a historically Black Denver neighborhood, and the often misguided efforts of law enforcement agencies to reduce it.
In “While Justice Sleeps,” the veteran author and voting rights activist takes on the Supreme Court, biotech and blackmail — among other topics.
In Jessica Anya Blau’s debut novel, “Mary Jane,” a 14-year-old receives an education from the family she works for — and delivers one in return.
In Steven Johnson’s latest book, he looks at what he calls “one of the greatest achievements in the history of our species,” that life spans have more than doubled since the mid-19th century.
Pete Davis’s book grew out of a speech he gave to his Harvard Law School class about commitment, which has been viewed more than 30 million times online.
Working with a playwright, the best-selling author has turned the symptoms of illness into songwriting prompts for a new musical called “Breathe.”
The U.S. Book Show hopes to fill the void left by BookExpo, an annual convention that attracted thousands of booksellers, librarians and publishing professionals.
Jean Hanff Korelitz’s “The Plot” is an addictive Russian nesting doll of a novel where every character’s hand fits neatly into someone else’s pocket.
Ann McCutchan’s “The Life She Wished to Live” is a plain-spoken biography of the author of “The Yearling.”
In “Notes on Grief,” the author mourns the father she lost suddenly in June 2020.
He focused with forensic precision on his native city, which was marked by an industrial tragedy in 1984. He was among the thousands in India to die of Covid-19 in the last few weeks.


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