In 'Castro's Secrets,' a former CIA analyst claims that Fidel Castro was aware that the Kennedy assassination would be attempted before it happened.
A group of Chinese writers charge that Apple is selling unlicensed copies of their works.
The lucrative James Bond novels return to Random House, their original publisher, through a new deal.
Journalist RJ Smith explores the magic and mayhem of James Brown in a new biography of the legendary performer.
'50 Shades of Grey,' an erotic novel inspired by the 'Twilight' series, is soaring in popularity across the US.
Cassandra Clare, author of the bestselling 'Mortal Instruments' and 'Infernal Devices' series, will release the first book of her new series, 'The Dark Artifices,' in 2015.
Akira Yoshizawa, an origami pioneer honored today with a google doodle, brought paper to life.
The familiar Encyclopedia Britannica reference books will now only be published digitally, says the company.