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Disappearing Act The filmmaker behind Made You Look on why 2022 is poised to be the biggest year yet for art forgery and fraud

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Yves Saint Laurent, Six Ways A sweeping exhibition across six Paris museums, including the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay, places Yves Saint Laurent’s creations alongside the art that inspired him

Pop Royalty Little-known paintings by Dame Vera Lynn, “the Forces’ Sweetheart,” whose songs buoyed morale during World War II, go on display in her hometown

Samuel West’s Favorite Things The actor and director, now appearing in All Creatures Great and Small, answers 69 of life’s most pressing questions

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Who Betrayed Anne Frank? A new book seeks to answer one of history’s most-asked questions

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Lorraine Hansberry’s Other Half A new book explores the role of Robert Nemiroff in the success of Lorraine Hansberry, the force behind A Raisin in the Sun with Sidney Poitier

Sane, Economy-Class Asian-Americans Weike Wang’s second novel, Joan is Okay, offers a corrective to everything that Crazy Rich Asians represents

The Best Mystery Books to Read This Month Don’t miss Janice Hallett’s “The Appeal,” Brendan Slocumb’s “The Violin Conspiracy,” and Charles Cumming’s “BOX 88”

Chamberlain Revisited An acclaimed novelist sets out to redeem Britain’s most reviled prime minister and negotiates a Netflix film starring Jeremy Irons along the way

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My Favorite Things British-born American journalist Daisy Prince is intimately familiar with the newsmakers, troublemakers, and social mainstays of certain rarefied circles on both sides of the Atlantic. Herewith, the AIR MAIL Editor at Large shares the finds that appeal to her most today

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The Lying Game The former French ambassador to the U.K. calls Boris Johnson a reckless leader with no concern for the truth. Sound familiar?

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