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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 1 week 2 days ago
Michael Rockefeller disappeared in New Guinea in 1961. Did he drown, or was he eaten by Asmat tribesmen?
Essays on pain, both physical and emotional, and how it affects our relationships with one another and with ourselves.
Donna Leon’s “By Its Cover” appears to have been inspired by a systematic sacking of thousands of rare books that came to light in 2012.
Three books look at the experiences of Jews in hiding during the Holocaust, and at the people who sheltered them.
A teenager from a different time must defy the strict rules of her community to try to avert world disaster.
A 13-year-old boy growing up on Narragansett Bay tries to save his family in this young adult novel.
The plucky heroine of this middle-grade novel wants to stay put after yet another move, this one to a magical place.
In “Thrive,” which is No. 1 on the hardcover nonfiction list, Arianna Huffington offers a technocratic version of the old work-life equation, swathed in New Age incense.
Stories that investigate the strange, the mundane and the profound, with thoughts on Flaubert, housekeeping and roosters.
This month marks the 75th anniversary of the publication of John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath,” one of the most decorated novels ever written by an American.