And a Nobel Prize Winner's Oral History of Russian Women of WW II
A Gripping Narrative About the Beer Hall Putsch Prosecution
The TV Show Has Pulled Ahead of the Books in Plot, and That Continues
And a Rollicking Look at Celebrities and Why We Care About Them
And How it Created Our Current, Toxic Political Polarization
RFK Transformed Himself After the Death of JFK
And a Look at the High-Stakes War for Cyberspace
Exploring the Mysteries of Close Family Relationships
And a Convicted Killer's Short Stories on Prison Life
Including Memoirs from a Comedian, a 'Hillbilly,' and an Ex-President
Reynolds Price's Niece on Being a Literary Executor for a Great Writer
And a Memoir About Growing Up in a Very Eccentric Hollywood Clan
He Talks With Famous Authors and Local Booksellers -- and His Literary Agent
These creative works "won't keep the sky from falling," but they help
We Need More Political Books with Franken's Take-No-Prisoners Sense of Humor
And a Look at Why Authoritarianism May Be on the Rise
He Thinks It's the Best Book in English, or Close to It
And that time when Gospel Singer Mahalia Jackson Opened a Fried Chicken Chain
And Sherman Alexie's Compelling Memoir About His Problematic Mother
Julia Glass Takes a Deep Dive into Celebrity Culture
A Younger, Hipper Approach to Selling 'Bodice Rippers'
And a Charming Novel About Leaving Tribeca for Queens
"We felt we didn't have a choice not to share the information with other parents."
And a Fine, Inventive Novel from an Actor on "30 Rock"
A True Crime-Memoir Mashup that Has Strengths and Weaknesses
Historian Laura Kalman Traces it All Back to Richard Nixon
And a Minnesotan's Travels through the World of High-End New York Restaurants
Mary Grace Quackenbos Humiston Succeeded Where the Police Failed
With a Title Borrowed from Virginia Woolf's 'A Writer’s Diary'
And a Tale of Murder and Injustice in the Jim Crow South
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