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BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

Coming up in Style

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Sunday in Arts & Style | Thomas Reinertsen Berg’s richly illustrate­d Theater of the World explores the history of mapmaking. Monday | Scottish author Val McDermid’s Broken Ground follows detective Karen Pirie as she works on a cold case that sends her sifting through evidence dating back to World War II. Tuesday | Paperback Crush, by Gabrielle Moss, revisits young-adult novels from the 1980s and ’90s. Wednesday | After an Indian woman abandons her family, her son goes in search of answers in Anuradha Roy’s All the Lives We Never Lived. Set in 1400s England, Samantha Harvey’s The Western Wind follows a priest as he tries to figure out who’s responsibl­e for the death of the town’s wealthiest resident. And the best books for young readers. Thursday | James Geary explores wittiness in its many forms in Wit’s End. Friday | NPR’s “Wait Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me!” host Peter Sagal reflects on running and life in The Incomplete Book of Running.

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