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Paperback books of particular interest.
Recently reviewed books of particular interest.
Helen Macdonald, whose memoir “H Is for Hawk” is No. 8 on the hardcover nonfiction list, has become something of a sensation in her native England.
Richard Rhodes offers an anecdotal — and technological — history of the Spanish Civil War.
Laura van den Berg’s heroine picks her way across an American wasteland, searching for the mother who abandoned her.
A novel traces the changes brought by a baby’s arrival.
Irvine Welsh’s tale of abduction and mutual obsession.
New novels by Lene Kaaberbol, Bryan Reardon, William Shaw and S. D. Sykes.
Changing how society deals with caregiving.
A memoir mixes biography and intellectual history.
A father and daughter pursue riches in the music world and on the open water in Daniel Handler’s comic novel.
Jorie Graham’s career-spanning selected poems show how she moved the art form forward.
The Economist’s Italy correspondent explains the confounding inner workings of the Bel Paese.
An outlaw clan terrorizes a town in the Upper Peninsula, and Jim Harrison’s hapless detective is caught in the crossfire.
New books by Alice Fulton, Jynne Dilling Martin, Katie Ford and Erin Belieu.
A young soldier from Afghanistan narrates this first novel by an American who served several tours of duty there.