The master spy novelist brings characters from five decades’ worth of books back to life, in this sequel — of a sort — to 1963’s...
Mary Ann Gwinn
More than 50 years after making his literary debut, le Carré’s beloved character returns in a new novel.
New books on Putin, Lincoln and a vanished Polish town make for thoughtful diversion.
Takuichi Fujii, a Seattle resident before WWII, drew and painted throughout his incarceration in the Minidoka camp in Idaho. Barbara Johns has brought his works...
The local author’s new memoir addresses his complex relationship with Lillian Alexie, who likely suffered from bipolar disorder.
New book ‘Churchill and Orwell’ finds the iron core of both men relevant in today’s world | Lit Life
Thomas Ricks’ book explores the lives of two very different Englishmen who fought against fascism and communism.
The Pulitzer Prize-winner’s latest work continues the story begun in her previous best-seller, “My Name Is Lucy Barton.”