Chessie: A Cultural History of the Chesapeake Bay Sea Monster

Is Maryland’s creature a marvel or a myth?

The Loves of Theodore Roosevelt: The Women Who Created a President

The swaggering leader owed much to the ladies in his life.

Bruno Schulz

By Benjamin Balint

Bruno Schulz

A gut-churning account of a visionary lost to the Holocaust.

Double or Nothing

By Kim Sherwood

Double or Nothing

A new Bond book doubles down on the franchise — and comes out a winner.

The Wolves of K Street: The Secret History of How Big Money Took Over Big Government

Do lobbyists deserve their bad rap? It’s complicated.

Never Say You’ve Had a Lucky Life: Especially If You’ve Had a Lucky Life

A noted scribe recalls his charmed existence with candor and gratitude.

The Stone Home: A Novel

By Crystal Hana Kim

The Stone Home: A Novel

A raw, disturbing tale of forced labor in 1980s South Korea.

Fat Leonard: How One Man Bribed, Bilked, and Seduced the U.S. Navy

A sickening scandal made possible with help from America’s finest.