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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 3 hours 11 min ago
New picture books about a fish and a snail that live in a book, the creator of a submarine, and more.
Carl Hiaasen’s “Bad Monkey” is another misadventure in the annals of greed and corruption in South Florida, “the Medicare-fraud capital of America.”
In Benjamin Percy’s novel, the misunderstood lycanthrope population is being persecuted. And they’re not going to take it anymore.
Colum McCann says that in writing about Frederick Douglass for his novel “TransAtlantic” (at No. 13 on the hardcover fiction list), he saw surprising parallels to President Obama.
Two inexplicable tragedies leave a tight-knit family reeling in Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop’s third novel.
Daniel Bergner argues that bias has obscured the existence, strength and significance of female sex drive.
Mr. Drury’s new novel stars several of the characters first introduced in his 1994 novel, “The End of Vandalism.”