BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

The Washington Post Sunday - - BOOK WORLD - Read our blog, Po­lit­i­cal Book­worm, which fo­cuses on books that stir the na­tional con­ver­sa­tion. Join us as we de­bate the is­sues and au­thors mak­ing news to­day. voices.wash­ing­ton­post.com/po­lit­i­cal-book­worm

MON­DAY | The Di­viner’s Tale, by Brad­ford Mor­row, is a mys­tery about a woman whose pre­mo­ni­tions keep com­ing true. TUES­DAY | In his new novel, Daniel, Hen­ning Mankell tells of a white man who brings an African boy to Swe­den in the 1870s. WED­NES­DAY | A Shake­speare-be­sot­ted fam­ily takes the stage in The Weird Sis­ters, Eleanor Brown’s first novel. Kis­met, by Jakob Ar­jouni, is a mys­tery fea­tur­ing a Turk­ish-Ger­man de­tec­tive. And a roundup of na­ture books. THURS­DAY | An­drew Marvell: The Chameleon, by Nigel Smith. A life of the 17th-cen­tury English poet who wrote “To His Coy Mistress.” FRI­DAY | At the heart of Caro­line Leav­itt’s new novel, Pic­tures of You, is a boy who sur­vives a fa­tal car ac­ci­dent. SATUR­DAY | Dji­bouti is a new thriller in­volv­ing mod­ern­day pi­rates by grand mas­ter El­more Leonard.

MICHAEL EAST­MAN

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