BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK
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.
Monday IN STYLE: BradfordMorrow