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    Martha S. Jones’s new book is interested in everything these women made possible — not just the trails they blazed, but the journeys they took and what came after.

    By Jennifer Szalai

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    In “What Are You Going Through,” a terminally ill woman (with some resemblance to Susan Sontag) asks a friend to help her end her life.

    By Dwight Garner

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      White House memoirs, journalistic exposés, full-throated defenses of the president: Publishers are producing books for every partisan and wondering if the gravy train ends on Election Day.

      By Elizabeth A. Harris and Alexandra Alter

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      New fiction from Elena Ferrante, Yaa Gyasi and Marilynne Robinson, Mariah Carey’s tell-all, several deep dives into Cold War espionage and more.

      By Joumana Khatib

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    Your sneak preview of books coming out in 2020 from around the world, updated each season.

    By The New York Times, Gray Beltran, Rebecca Lieberman and Tammy Tarng

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    PhotoThe Connecticut senator Chris Murphy (left) and the former mayor of Charlottesville, Va., Michael Signer, are politicians whose new books reflect their struggles to lead constituents through crises involving guns and racial violence. CreditAlex Brandon/Associated Press, Joshua Roberts /Reuters

    “Cry Havoc,” by Michael Signer, the former mayor of Charlottesville, Va., and “The Violence Inside Us,” by the Connecticut senator Chris Murphy, grapple with racial tension, gun violence and errors of leadership.

    By Marc Lacey

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    Book recommendations from editors at the New York Times Book Review.

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    Andersen talks about his new book, and Lesley M.M. Blume discusses “Fallout.”

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    All the lists: print, e-books, fiction, nonfiction, children’s books and more.

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    “Squeeze Me,” Hiaasen’s new novel, is an unabashedly political satire full of his signature high jinks.

    By Janet Maslin

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    Volker Ullrich closes his absorbing biography of the German leader with the years 1939 to 1945.

    By Jennifer Szalai

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    In “The Lying Life of Adults,” a woman remembers rebelling against her family and befriending a long-estranged aunt.

    By Parul Sehgal

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    Ian Zack’s “Odetta” and Matthew Frye Jacobson’s “One Grain of Sand” assess the legacy of the singer, whose career intertwined with the civil rights movement.

    By Dwight Garner

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    This collection of essays by the author of “H Is for Hawk” interrogates the ways we bring our prejudices, politics and desires to our notions of the animal world.

    By Parul Sehgal

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