IN THE WILD
When anthropologist Wednesday Martin moved to Manhattan’s Park Avenue, she found a rare and curious species: The Upper East Side mom. Her memoir, Primates of Park Avenue, is a witty observation of the fascinating tribe.
LOST & FOUND
The literary world went wild when Go Set a Watchman, a novel written by Harper Lee in the ’50s, was discovered last year. Featuring characters from her Pulitzer prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, the book finally comes to print in July.
In Red: A History of the Redhead, author Jacky Colliss Harvey (who is naturally auburn-haired) examines age-old portrayals and notions about redheads in art, science, and religion; and how genes and stereotypes evolve.
Killing Monica, the latest novel by Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell, follows a famous writer who grows so tired of being defined by Monica, the star of her bestselling book, that she fakes her own death to get her life back.