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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 18 hours 13 min ago
Amy Rowland’s solitary heroine is unhinged by a harrowing stream of disembodied words.
A biography of the “strangely hidden” man who, since boyhood, wanted to be “the greatest actor in the world.”
A biographer of Marlon Brando delves into the archives and tries to demystify her complex subject.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Alex Beam’s “American Crucifixion,” Josh Ostergaard’s “The Devil’s Snake Curve” and more.
Ms. Lowry, whose novel “The Giver” helped spawn the young adult science fiction genre, says seeing the film version opened her eyes to things left unsaid in the book.
Ben Macintyre’s latest nonfiction thriller, “A Spy Among Friends,” is about Kim Philby, the high-level British spymaster who turned out to be a Russian mole.
Kai Bird tells the story of Robert Ames, an American operative in the Middle East, while Jack Devine’s memoir recounts his time helping rebel fighters battle Soviet troops in Afghanistan.