BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

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To­day in Arts & Style | Béla Bartók, by David Cooper. Au­drey and Bill: A Ro­man­tic Bi­og­ra­phy of Au­drey Hep­burn & Wil­liam Holden, by Ed­ward Z. Ep­stein.

Mon­day | Mur­der, D.C. is the sec­ond in­stall­ment of Neely Tucker’s mys­tery se­ries set in the na­tion’s cap­i­tal.

Tues­day | The Vic­to­rian-era char­ac­ters in Félix J. Palma’s spec­u­la­tive-fic­tion novel The Map of

Chaos in­clude Arthur Co­nan Doyle, Lewis Car­roll and H.G. Wells.

Wed­nes­day | Se­ces­sia, by Kent Was­com, is a novel set in Union-oc­cu­pied New Or­leans dur­ing the Civil War. In Ven­dela Vida’s new novel, The

Diver’s Clothes Lie Empty, the theft of a woman’s wal­let and pass­port inspires her to take on a new iden­tity. And our monthly roundup of books for young read­ers. Thurs­day | The Fel­low­ship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles-Wil­liams, by Philip

Zaleski and Carol Zaleski. Fri­day | Ju­lia Pier­pont’s novel Among the Ten Thou­sand Things is a ten­der ac­count of a fam­ily torn apart by in­fi­delity.

JU­LIA PIER­PONT; PHOTO BY SHIVA ROUHANI

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