BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK
MONDAY | In John Lescroat’s thriller Damage, a San Francisco family exacts revenge on anyone who helped send one of its members to jail. TUESDAY | The Lake of Dreams, by Kim Edwards, is a novel about a woman who discovers her family’s longhidden radical past. WEDNESDAY | The Mistress of Nothing, by Kate Pullinger, is a novel based on the true story of Victorian traveler Lady Duff Gordon. In Douglas Kennedy’s novel A
Special Relationship, a marriage is threatened by postpartum depression. For Young Readers. THURSDAY | And the ShowWent On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris, by Alan Riding. FRIDAY | StolenWorld: A Tale of Reptiles, Smugglers, and Skullduggery, by Jennie Erin Smith. SATURDAY | In his exhilarating novel Purple Jesus, Ron Cooper writes about redneck America.
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Jennie Erin Smith