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Kate Clifford Larson discusses the life of Rosemary Kennedy, and Larissa MacFarquhar talks about “Strangers Drowning.”
A grieving middle schooler’s natural curiosity sends her on a scientific adventure to explain her used-to-be friend’s drowning.
Sinister wasps seem set to exchange their own creation for a sickly infant, and only a big brother stands in the way.
The story behind one of Dmitri Shostakovich’s greatest symphonies, composed as the assault on Leningrad unfolded.
Atul Gawande’s “Being Mortal” is having a long life as a best seller: it hits the one-year mark on the hardcover nonfiction list, at No. 5 in its 52nd week.
Eagerly awaited Lewis & Clark Branch will open on Wednesday.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Anne-Marie Slaughter’s “Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family” and more.