Through the Future Library project, Atwood's newest work will be hidden for 100 years and finally printed in 2114.
Russell Edwards, author of 'Naming Jack the Ripper,' claims DNA findings confirm who was responsible for the crimes attributed to the serial killer.
Alexis de Tocqueville was only 25 when he visited the United States in 1831 but his book remains influential to this day.
Kissinger is a thinker of the first order who lays out cool, careful, and sometimes brilliant principles – only to ignore them when it suits his purposes.
Monitor readers share their favorite book picks.
Here are some of the best titles to check out as the season begins.
'Gone Girl' director David Fincher spoke with the press about the movie's 'whole new third act.' But some early viewers disagree, saying that the movie's ending closely resembles that of the book.
Both children's stories have been adapted for the screen and the stage.
Here are 10 of the new September, 2014, book releases most highly recommended by the Monitor's critics.
Joan Rivers was not only a bestselling author, but also an avid reader of some pretty serious volumes.
An Australian surgeon suffers in a Japanese POW camp on the Thai-Burma Death Railway, even as he struggles with memories of an affair with the spouse of a family member.
'Thrones' actor Kristian Nairn, who portrays Hodor, recently said in an interview that he and actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright, who plays Bran Stark, will not be in the upcoming season.
Bush's book '41' will be released on Nov. 11.
Scholar Gerri Kimber wrote that the untitled play 'seems never to have been discussed by scholars until now.' Williams' draft will reportedly be published in 'Katherine Mansfield Studies' in 2015.
A Dublin detective finds a group of teenage girls to be as mysterious as the murder case he must unravel.
Burton's book 'The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm' will reportedly be released this October.
'Acceptance,' which was released according to an unusual publication strategy, has largely been receiving positive reviews.
Subjects of new coloring books from Really Big Coloring Books include ISIS and the Boston Marathon bombings.