In Kristin Hannah’s new novel, “The Great Alone,” a father back from the Vietnam War moves to a tiny Alaskan outpost with his wife and daughter.
Author Archives: JANET MASLIN
A. J. Finn’s psychological thriller is about a woman who believes she’s witnessed a crime in a neighboring building.
Tom Sancton’s book recounts the implications and intrigue that surrounded the L’Oréal heiress Liliane Bettencourt’s relationship with a younger man.
Wendy Walker’s latest novel revolves around the mysterious disappearance of two teenage sisters.
The book is packed with signs that Lehane sold this story to the movies, which he did, and that he loves the Hitchcock classics that prey on mistrust.
This new novel by the author of the 2015 monster hit “The Girl on the Train” features many ways for women to die in a rural British town.
The Fox commentator’s new book, written with Bruce Feirstein, deploys “snowflake” as an insult for anything from spinelessness to political correctness.
Elizabeth Winder’s new book takes a close look at a year Marilyn Monroe spent in New York, trying to escape the movie industry.
Buck, once the editor in chief of French Vogue, writes about her life in “The Price of Illusion.”
The pseudonymous JP Delaney’s “The Girl Before” is about a pervy architect who rents only to women who are good-looking, traumatized and very tidy.