What Monitor book critics liked best this month.
David Hone's fantastic book is much more than just a celebration of the most charismatic of dinosaurs – it's also an in-depth look at what we know about them, and how we know it.
In Meera Syal's novel, a couple's hope to have a child leads them to international surrogacy, and a host of complications.
Philip Norman's big new life of Sir Paul makes the case for a rebellious spirit masked by a showman's charm.
Ever since the first settlers arrived in America, the relationship between humans and coyotes has been hostile. Now, author Dan Flores explores the idea of coexistence.
'We flood communities with so many guns that it is easier for a teenager to buy a Glock than get his hands on a computer, or even a book,' the president said during an interfaith memorial service Tuesday for five Dallas police officers.
Alexander McCall Smith creates a collection of five short stories each based on an old black-and-white photograph.
Natalie Livingstone has written a marvelously readable story about centuries of life at a stately British mansion, as told through the lives of five women.
'The Chemist,' the first adult novel of 'Twilight' author Stephanie Meyer, follows the adventures of a former clandestine government operative who goes on the run.
In his new book, ‘City of Sedition,’ historian John Strausbaugh examines New York's pros-slavery, anti-Lincoln bent during the Civil War.
Julian Fellowes's first serial novel – 'Belgravia' – isn’t a book with great emotional depth, but what the story lacks in nuance it makes up for in a crackling plot.
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