BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

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To­day in Arts & Style | Eve Arnold: Mag­num Le­gacy, by Ja­nine di Gio­vanni, cel­e­brates a pho­tog­ra­pher with an eye for in­ti­mate mo­ments. In Sick in the Head, Judd Apa­tow in­ter­views fel­low per­form­ers. And How to Skin a Lion: A Trea­sury of Out­moded Ad­vice, by Claire Cock-Starkey.

Mon­day | Lovers of mys­ter­ies with un­usual set­tings will rel­ish Sharon Bolton’s Falk­land Is­lands novel, Lit­tle Black Lies.

Tues­day | Joshua Co­hen’s Book of Num­bers is a novel about the In­ter­net age.

Wed­nes­day | In The Un­for­tu­nates, So­phie McManus’s first novel, an heiress dis­cov­ers the cor­rupt­ing power of wealth. Killing Mon­ica is the new novel by Can­dace Bush­nell, au­thor of “Sex and the City.” And our monthly roundup of fan­tasy & science fic­tion.

Thurs­day | The Fes­ti­val of In­signif­i­cance is a new novel by Mi­lan Kun­dera.

Fri­day | Elif Shafak evokes the Ot­toman Em­pire at its 16th-cen­tury height in her novel The Ar­chi­tect’s Ap­pren­tice.

CAN­DACE BUSH­NELL PHOTO BY WENDY CARL­SON

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