Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher ’80 and investigative political reporter Michael Kranish are co-authors of Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power (Scribner). Drawing upon voluminous research by Post reporters, the book scrutinizes Donald Trump’s business dealings, his litigiousness, and his over-the-top personality.

The 1979 right-to-shelter policy that compels New York City to provide shelter to its homeless population revolutionized the city’s approach to dealing with the indigent. In his new book, Homelessness in New York City: Policymaking from Koch to de Blasio (NYU Press), Thomas Main *94 tracks the development and management of the shelter system in New York City through five mayors.

New Yorker writer Lauren Collins ’02 ponders — often hilariously — what it means to love in a second language. When in French (Penguin Press) details Collins’ relocation to Geneva, her daylong French classes, and her exploration of language, love, and culture.