What’s new in bookstores

Here’s what’s new is bookstores this week:


Hillary: The Photographs of Diana Walker,

by Diana Walker (Simon & Schuster, $40) — The photojournalist worked as one of the White House photographers for


magazine during the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations. She has photographed Hillary Clinton for decades, but Walker started recording Clinton’s life in photos beginning in 1993. The coffee table-worthy book features 150 black-and-white and color photos — many seen for the first time. Bestselling author Walter Isaacson introduces the book, and Walker offers the epilogue.


The Burning Room,

by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown and Co., $28) — LAPD Detective Harry Bosch is back for the 19th installment in the bestselling series and, this time, he’s got a new partner — rookie Detective Lucia Soto. The duo is working on a very different cold case — mariachi Orlando Merced was shot by a stray bullet a decade ago, paralyzed, and now has died from his injuries. There’s also another case linked to the shooting. Further complicating matters, Lucia has some secrets of her own.


Yes Please,

by Amy Poehler (HarperCollins, $28.99) — Following Tina Fey (



and Mindy Kaling (

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?

), the actress-producer-director-writer tries her hand at a candid mix of memoir, comedy, advice and, of course, how hard it is to write a book. Here’s hoping she gets that invitation to Judge Judy’s yacht,

Triumphant Lady

. Treat yourself: The audiobook (HarperAudio, $34.99) is filled with a dream team of narrators, including Poehler, Carol Burnett, Seth Meyers, Patrick Stewart and Kathleen Turner.

— Celeste Williams