The online retail giant has confirmed its second bricks-and-mortar bookstore. Why is it branching out from its Internet domain?
What historian Sean Wilentz gets really passionate about in this collection of essays is the defense of politicians and the political process.
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Released shortly after the sudden passing of creator Darwyn Cooke, 'The Twilight Children' pays fitting tribute to an exceptional talent.
Journalist Bronwen Dickey has written a powerful and disturbing book suggesting that fear of pit bulls reflects many broader American anxieties and pathologies surrounding race, class, and poverty.
Pulitzer Prize winner Russo’s return to his fictional upstate New York mill town also marks a welcome return to the hard-bitten, hard-drinking, hardscrabble comedy of his first novels.
In Michael Maslin’s dazzling, well-illustrated biography, Arno’s story is told with skill and flair.
From Edith Wharton to Nina Simone, New Yorker writer Claudia Roth Pierpont brings 20th-century America alive.
Nathaniel Philbrick shows that while a major gulf of character did separate Arnold and Washington, the former was more sympathetic and the latter more flawed than the popular mythology suggests.
Blumenthal's new biography of Lincoln – the first of a multi-volume project – is engaging, informative, meandering.
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Historian Howard Means, author of ‘67 Shots,’ explores the myths and realities of the 1970 Kent State shootings.
Julian Barnes weaves his new novel from the true story of Russian composer Dmitri Dmitriyevich Shostakovich.
Newbery medal-winner Kwame Alexander brings soccer, poetry, and teen life together in a compelling narrative for middle-grade readers.
Here are the best books to be released this month, according to staff at Amazon.
Matthew Desmond explores the intense hardship connected with evictions, which have now become a regular occurrence in American cities.
Ross Lockhart, a super-wealthy businessman, has holed up in a facility in the barren chaparral of Kyrgyzstan, hoping to cheat death through cryonic suspension.
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Was a small hilltop in southern Lebanon worth the lives that were lost there?
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