BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

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Sun­day in Arts & Style | David Lynch, the mind-bend­ing wri­ter­di­rec­tor of “Twin Peaks” and “Mul­hol­land Drive,” looks back at his life in Room to Dream. Jen­nifer Keishin Armstrong ex­am­ines the last­ing legacy of one of HBO’s big­gest hits in Sex and the City and Us.

Mon­day | Brad Thor’s Spy­mas­ter checks in with for­mer Navy SEAL Scot Horvath as he con­tends with his ad­vanc­ing age and the fail­ing health of his long­time men­tor.

Tues­day | Glyn­nis MacNi­col pon­ders what it means to be sin­gle and child­less at 40 in her mem­oir No One Tells You This.

Wed­nes­day | The Last Cruise, by Kate Christensen, fol­lows trav­el­ers on a vin­tage ocean liner’s fi­nal voy­age. The se­quel to “How to Build a Girl,” Caitlin Mo­ran’s How to Be Fa­mous, re­vis­its the 1990s Brit­pop scene. And the best po­etry of the month.

Thurs­day | Mar­galit Fox’s Co­nan Doyle for the De­fense tells the true story of how the Sher­lock Holmes cre­ator solved a mur­der us­ing meth­ods em­ployed by his fa­mous fic­tional sleuth.

Fri­day | In honor of the 59th an­niver­sary of the Pulitzer-win­ning po­lit­i­cal novel Ad­vise and Con­sent, for­mer and cur­rent law­mak­ers share their fa­vorite po­lit­i­cal nov­els.

DAVID LYNCH/ PHOTO BY DEAN HUR­LEY

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