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Book reviews, news, author profiles, interviews and more on books from The New York Times. (Tweets by @johnwilliamsnyt)
Stanley Plumly's "Immortal Evening" recalls the night when Keats, Wordsworth and Lamb attended a famous dinner party. http://nyti.ms/1D9OD9o
In her new book, Lucy Worsley examines the creation of British crime fiction and growing fascination with foul play. http://nyti.ms/1DKkIXw
"The Narrow Road to the Deep North" is the ninth straight Man Booker Prize winner to make our best-seller list: http://nyti.ms/1w22gaF
In literature, "the first requirement of the job is talent, the second is ruthlessness." Critic's Take by Pico Iyer: http://nyti.ms/1w21Xwu
Edward St. Aubyn's "droll, smart and moving" novel "On the Edge" lampoons American culture and its excesses. http://nyti.ms/1DKjPhy
Bookends asks Francine Prose and new columnist Ayana Mathis: What's the most terrifying book you've ever read? http://nyti.ms/1wqVkD0
In Open Book, four contributors to this week's Book Review share their memories of creepy reading experiences: http://nyti.ms/1t0rDHm
Terrence Rafferty on new horror novels, including the "infinite monotony" of Anne Rice's "Prince Lestat": http://nyti.ms/1uSOKBY
James Risen's "Pay Any Price" holds up a mirror to the U.S. post-9/11, and "what it reveals is not a pretty sight." http://nyti.ms/1z6f7Lo
In new By the Book, Atul Gawande names "the best portrayal of sickness and suffering I have ever read" and more: http://nyti.ms/1DKgVJO
The latest New York Times best-seller lists: http://nyti.ms/1nDuc2N
Katha Pollitt talks about her new book, "Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights": http://nyti.ms/1w0RQrO
Lily King, Roz Chast and Kate Samworth win first Kirkus Prizes: http://nyti.ms/12mJUWQ
Lily King, Roz Chast and Kate Samworth win first Kirkus Prizes: http://nyti.ms/1wsQnIK
The 92nd Street Y is marking the centennial of Dylan Thomas's birth with an exhibition and a revival of a radio play: http://nyti.ms/1wnlaYz
Dwight Garner reviews Jill Lepore's "The Secret History of Wonder Woman": http://nyti.ms/1DFuYAc
In new By the Book, Atul Gawande names "the best portrayal of sickness and suffering I have ever read" and more: http://nyti.ms/1wmZwn9
.@michikokakutani on David Quammen's "Ebola": "unsettling...sober minded...a standout in the floodlet of Ebola books" http://nyti.ms/1sQeBfn
"After," a wildly popular web novel based on Harry Styles of the boy band One Direction, is being published as a book http://nyti.ms/1FyGQWN
Leslie H. Gelb reviews Leon Panetta's memoir, "Worthy Fights": http://nyti.ms/1wiykWF
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