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Before Gwyneth Paltrow, There Was Lydia E. Pinkham For a time, the face of a popular yet ineffective health tonic was the most recognizable woman in America

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Motherless Russia In The Story of Russia, Orlando Figs provides a historical account of the country’s genesis, which helps to explain the current war with Ukraine

Lower the Tsar Antony Beevor examines the deadly conflict in Russia after the collapse of the Tsarist empire in Revolution and Civil War

The Snatch Gang Personal details of a wealthy clientele are leaked on the Dark Web after Russians hack Britain’s fanciest farm shop

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Mind Games The New Yorker writer Rachel Aviv, whose debut book is out now, discusses mental illness in its many forms

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Seriously Stevie Mirror in the Sky, a new biography of Stevie Nicks by Simon Morrison, revisits the life of the Fleetwood Mac singer

Back to the Future Three decades after starting on his fictional book about the plague and the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Orhan Pamuk is out with Nights of Plague

Murder, They Wrote Mystery books past and present honor Queen Elizabeth II and the kingdom she leaves behind

Surveying Cézanne “The EY Exhibition: Cezanne,” a traveling survey of Paul Cézanne’s work, heads to London’s Tate Modern

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French Connection As the fashion set descends on Paris for the final leg of Fashion Week, take a sartorial cue from the City of Light with this curated collection of flown-in-from-France essentiels. Just don’t expect berets and Breton shirts

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Loving Lies Stephen Glass, the most notorious fraud in journalism, decided he would live by one simple rule: Always tell the truth. Then he broke that rule

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