Selma Blair Has a Soft Spot for Holocaust Books

From a New York Times By the Book interview headlined “Selma Blair Has a Soft Spot for Holocaust Books”:

“Nothing Is Lost: Selected Essays,” by Ingrid Sischy. “Hello, Molly!,” by Molly Shannon. “The Invisible Kingdom,” by Meghan O’Rourke. “Till We Have Faces,” by C.S. Lewis, a favorite. “Sister Stardust,” by Jane Green. “The Lincoln Highway,” by Amor Towles. “Meant to Be,” by Emily Giffin.