In less than 60 days, Apple has sold 2 million iPad tablets. What does that mean to the book world?
A fresh and remarkable look at the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the hunt for his killer.
Books that will take you to France, China, Ireland, and Libya – no passport required.
The horror of the Civil War revolutionized the treatment of US war casualties.
If you're looking for that perfect gift for a father, try one of these terrific reads about fathers of all different sorts.
From Paris to Hungary, this epic novel follows the fates of a pair of lovers and their families as World War II sweeps across Europe.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
At this week's BookExpo in New York, Sarah Ferguson is grabbing plenty of headlines.
Sebastian Junger’s ‘War’ details the US Army’s disastrous occupation of Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley.
Ebert's blogs hint at the nature of his upcoming memoir.
A journalist writing a biography of Sarah Palin is now also her next-door neighbor.
The former head of “Home & Garden” faces the need to create a new “scaffolding” for her life.
Five books intended for young readers – but good enough for the rest of us as well.
At the end of Year 1, it’s still not clear where Obama is heading.
Five paperbacks that will make excellent summer reading.
Which new summer releases should you pick up first?