Speed Read...the Washington Post

Sunday's paper was full of book stories, and not just the Book World reviews, where A.J. Jacobs puzzles over invented languages, Guy Gugliotta critiques scientific hype or Jonathan Yardley resurrects John Dillinger. In Style & Arts, a former patent lawyer explains why she quit her job to publish erotic literature. On the new weddings page, Ellen McCarthy dissects a book on the American fondness for serial relationships. And finally, the secrets to the success of local bookstore Politics & Prose are revealed in the business pages.

By Rachel Hartigan Shea |  June 29, 2009; 7:00 AM ET
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