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John W. Miller
Sports memoirs tend to have a certain arc: the odyssey of the triumphant athlete. But every now and then, a retired athlete—like Jerry West, Abby Wambach and Gale Sayers—tells a more complicated story.
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Tom Deignan
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz's new book is a fierce diagnosis of what continues to tear America apart.
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Colleen Dulle
Vatican diplomacy has as its primary goal peace through dialogue, which runs counter to the complex dance of pressures and negotiations that nation-states use to jockey for power on the global stage.
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Mary Gordon
Mary Gordon finds that her childhood and that of former Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway were strangely similar—and yet diverged in telling ways.
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Tobias Winright
Rosa Brooks, a Georgetown law professor who has volunteered as a reserve officer for the Washington Metropolitan Police Department, takes us behind the scenes of urban policing in her new book.
C.S Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien were the two most famous members of the Inklings, an informal literary club that met at Oxford in the mid-20th century (photo: Alamy).
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Rachel Lu
As modern-day evangelists, C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien are simply unrivaled.