Every month, Amazon staffers sift through hundreds of new books searching for gems. Here’s what Amazon editor Chris Schluep chose especially for Post readers.
by Kate Akinson
A young woman’s past life in British espionage during WWII unexpectedly revisits her 10 years later.
Little, Brown & Co.
by Leif Enger
A small Midwestern town blossoms to life through Enger’s depiction of its colorful denizens.
by Tana French
Toby leads a happy, unconcerned life — until a skull is found in a tree, leading us to question what lurks beneath the surface.
by Barbara Kingsolver
In alternating chapters, this novel tells the story of two people separated by a century and what it takes to face life’s challenges.
by Esi Edugyan
Profound, beautiful, and wise, this book about a runaway slave is also a full-blown adventure novel that is full of twists and turns.
by Yuval Noah Harari
The Sapiens and Homo Deus author provides 21 essays to help you untangle and prepare for the near future.
Spiegel & Grau
by Maxwell King
The iconic Mr. Rogers finally gets the full-length and definitive biography he deserves.
by Jill Lepore
The first single-volume history of America in decades, written by a New Yorker journalist and Harvard historian.
by Doris Kearns Goodwin
The celebrated biographer draws upon four presidents — Lincoln, the Roosevelts, and LBJ — to examine what it takes to lead.
Simon & Schuster
by Adam Zamoyski
Zamoyski’s examines what Napoleon was trying to achieve, in the context of the European Enlightenment.
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