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A look back at reviews of Mr. Trevor’s work in The New York Times.
Seven new paperbacks to check out this week.
David France’s remarkable “How to Survive a Plague” is the prose version of France’s Oscar-nominated documentary of the same name.
The best of this season’s books for younger readers.
Ron Hansen’s “The Kid” imagines the character of Billy the Kid.
For a supposedly neglected cohort, the white working class sure has made its presence felt lately on the best-seller list.
Michael Chabon talks about his new novel, and Blanche Wiesen Cook discusses the third volume of her biography of Eleanor Roosevelt.
New books examine race in America in the time since millions of black migrants moved in hopes of greater opportunity.
Chaim Potok’s novel about the friendship between two Jewish boys in 1940s Brooklyn is approaching its 50th anniversary.
In “Waging War,” the federal judge David J. Barron looks at how America’s executive and legislative branches check each other.
Sunil Khilnani’s “Incarnations” is a tour of about 2,500 years of the country’s history, through 50 figures.
“Moonglow,” Michael Chabon’s new novel, blends elements of fiction and memoir.
An exclusive work of fiction by Michael Chabon.
“The Pope of Physics,” by Gino Segrè and Bettina Hoerlin, tells the story of how Enrico Fermi created the atomic age.
In “Countdown to Pearl Harbor,” the journalist Steve Twomey traces the miscommunications, faulty assumptions and foul-ups that led to the bombing.
New novels by Juan Pablo Villalobos, Nicholas Mainieri, Edmundo Paz Soldán and Daniel Saldaña París.
“Chaos” is the latest Patricia Cornwell novel featuring the iron-willed forensic pathologist Kay Scarpetta.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Caroline Leavitt’s “Cruel Beautiful World,” Ruth Whippman’s “America the Anxious” and more.
After a car crash, a guilt-racked heroine heads to New York in Alice Hoffman’s “Faithful.”
Sabina Murray’s “Valiant Gentlemen” imagines intense relationships between the Irish martyr Roger Casement and his closest friends.