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In These Debut Novels, Young Women Feel Oppressed by Womanhood

Things start to change when Amy’s landlord, Gary, begins inviting her over for weekly dinners to hone his cooking skills for the eventual...

It’s All in the Family in These New Novels From Veteran Authors

COUNT THE WAYSBy Joyce MaynardLORNA MOTT COMES HOMEBy Diane Johnson Reading a family novel offers a tried-and-true method of dead reckoning with the...

Debut Novels by Pik-Shuen Fung, Rahul Raina and Alex McElroy

GHOST FOREST By Pik-Shuen Fung 257 pp. One World. $26.In Fung’s quietly moving “Ghost Forest,” the author takes a choral approach to her...

5 Y.A. Graphic Novels to Dive Into This Summer

‘Heartstopper: Vol. 3,’ by Alice Oseman (Graphix, May 4)In “Heartstopper: Vol. 3,” Oseman returns to the love story of Charlie and Nick, two...

Debut Novels by Jesse McCarthy, Gabriel Krauze and Mohamed Mbougar Sarr

WHO THEY WAS By Gabriel Krauze 331 pp. Bloomsbury. $26.One doesn’t necessarily have to be from there to recognize the North West London...

‘I’m Easily Bored by Books,’ Says Writer of 22 Novels

The novel is, in part, about the exploitation of the Rosenbergs, who were executed in 1953 for espionage, accused of spying for Russia...

11 Summer Graphic Novels for Early and Middle-Grade Readers

The DC antihero John Constantine first appeared in the 1980s “Swamp Thing” comics, where he was drawn to look like Sting. He went...

The Knotty Problem of Race in Three New German Novels

SUCCESSFUL DEBUT NOVELS are a good marker not just of what can succeed with a given readership but also what strategies young writers...

5 New Horror Novels to Read This Summer

If your idea of a beach read involves abject terror, we’ve got some new novels to recommend.

7 New Romance Novels to Read This Summer

Sometimes a romance separates sex from intimacy to explore the space between. In Cecilia Grant’s “A Lady Awakened,” for instance, the initial plan...

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