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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 3 hours 31 min ago
The author of a memoir is no longer quite as thrilled that all her youthful misadventures have their own I.S.B.N.
“Ally” is a remarkably frank new memoir by the former Israeli ambassador to the United States and current Knesset member Michael B. Oren.
Holly Madison, the former Playboy Playmate whose tell-all memoir is No. 2 on the hardcover nonfiction list, has said, “I don’t want negative, toxic people in my life anymore.”
In Leah Stewart’s “The New Neighbor,” two women are guarding secrets and can’t afford to make friends.
Douglas Coupland’s “Search” compiles the most common search queries on Google for a thousand words and phrases.
Helen Castor frames Joan of Arc’s story within the political and religious turmoil of 15th-century France.