Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
A graphic gift guide revealing what every reader truly wishes for during the holidays.
Greg Boehm, who owns some 3,000 vintage books on mixology and drinking culture, has made his collection of rare recipes public. Here he discusses the evolution of cocktail culture in the city, which he describes as “a tricky place right now.”
A kid-friendly guide to great art from David Hockney, an illustrated update of “The Jungle Book,” a travel book for fearless young explorers and more.
Hilary Spurling’s “Anthony Powell” relates the life of an author who is overlooked except for one major work, the multivolume “A Dance to the Music of Time.”
In a new book about the history of the famous role-playing game, a group of authors present hundreds of visual artifacts.
“Battlefields,” by Yan Morvan, “Bears Ears,” by Stephen E. Strom, and Peter and Beverly Pickford’s “Wild Land” transport readers, through stunning images, to the farthest corners of our planet.
Ruth Reichl retrieves memories of her own childhood as she reviews Nina Stibbe’s guide to making it through the holidays, “An Almost Perfect Christmas.”
Both Turner’s “My Story,” a sequel to 1986’s “I, Tina,” and “Anything for a Hit,” from the music scout Dorothy Carvello, expose the sleazy power dynamics of the rock ’n’ roll business.
Ravens, love affairs and, yes, dirty laundry all shed light on the comings and goings of British royalty.
Readers will delight in the unexpected characters in three new mysteries, from the female police cadet in Louise Penny’s new book to a crime-solving cub reporter down on his luck.
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
The author, whose 1980 novella “Nightflyers” has been adapted into a series by Syfy, discusses the series and his “Game of Thrones” prequel.
Novels, stories, mystery series and memoirs by female authors paint a variegated portrait of the Pine Tree State.
In “The Indispensable Composers,” the New York Times critic Anthony Tommasini chooses the best of the bunch.
This week in El Espace: tension at the Mexican border, why Latino Jews are moving to Spain and more.
Anna Burns, who for the last four and a half years has suffered from debilitating back pain and spent much of that time relying on state benefits, talks about the future.
These five new volumes investigate some of the most basic issues raised by wine, while posing new questions and inspiring thirst.
The editors of The Times Book Review choose the best fiction and nonfiction titles this year.
A roundup of the best and biggest photo books, featuring the city in all its grit and glory, plus tales of hope and a collection of vintage postcards.


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