Political figures loom large in our featured titles this week: Hillary Clinton, whose presidential campaign receives a painful autopsy in “Shattered”; Paul Ryan, whose Wisconsin hometown is the subject of “Janesville”; and George W. Bush, whose best-selling book of paintings of veterans, “Portraits of Courage,” occasions debate about the value of bearing witness to a war of your own making. Dominic Dromgoole’s “Hamlet Globe to Globe” takes readers around the world with a production of Shakespeare’s tragedy, and a debut novel, “My Cat Yugoslavia,” enchants with its depiction of the disorientation of exile.

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