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Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of one of our editors picks for April, gave us an exclusive tour through their book along with some behind-the-scenes photographs.

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The Best Nonfiction of April

In this month's picks for the best true tales: We catch up with the "comma queen" and her adventures in everything Greek; a gripping, decades-old cold case investigation; a thrilling look back at the Apollo Moon landings; a deep dive into our inherent biases; and a last collection from a beloved scientist and storyteller.

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Angie Kim on "Miracle Creek"

This unusual whodunit is "a deep dive into the lives of immigrant families and of parents of children with special needs and illnesses, both groups isolated and exhausted by the sacrifices they’ve had to make, desperate for connection."

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Sonia Purnell on "A Woman of No Importance"

Learn more about the extraordinary woman who "showed an astonished male establishment—on both sides of the Atlantic—just what women could do in warfare."

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of April: 5 Top Picks

Five new science fiction and fantasy novels will have you ignoring the April flowers and glued to the page.

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The Best Biographies and Memoirs of April

What do you do when a friend hands you a book by a celebrated psychotherapist called Maybe You Should Talk to Someone and exclaims, "This is a book for you!”? You read it, obviously.

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Amazon's Best Books of April: Today's Releases

The unlikely story of a woman who was one of the Allied forces most feared secret agents, the Kitchen Confidential of the catering world, and an absorbing debut set during a turbulent time in Palestinian history...

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Lydia Fitzpatrick on "Lights All Night Long"

Learn more about one of the most impressive debuts we've read this year...

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Unconditional Love Wins: Tracey Garvis Graves on "The Girl He Used to Know"

The unusual (and delightful) rom-com read you need right now...

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Amazon's Best Books of April: Today's Releases

No foolin', there are a bevy of great books being released this month. These are our favorites, available starting today...

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"A Memory Called Empire" and the Little Space Station That Could

A professor of Byzantine studies delivers one of the most remarkable SF novels of 2019 so far.

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Charlie Jane Anders Challenges the Definition of Humanity, One Book at a Time

Charlie Jane Anders follows her award-winning All the Birds in the Sky with a new sci-fi novel that questions what it means to be human. And it doesn't skimp on the feelings part either.

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of March

Here are four mysteries and thrillers that we loved this month, along with a link to all of our Best Mysteries & Thrillers of the month.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of March: 6 Top Picks

New books from award-winning authors, a Mars-set thriller, an ice age that threatens Earth, and dragons (so many dragons!) are among the best science fiction and fantasy books of March.

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Best Books of the Month: Biographies & Memoirs

March is stuffed with great biographies and memoirs. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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Omnivoracious, The Amazon Book Review

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