Warning: This case is "more addictive than crack."
A chance to see the sketches behind the work of comic book master Alex Ross.
If you think the New York-Boston rivalry is intense today, take a look at the summer of 1949.
Ella Mae Johnson shares the wisdom garnered in more than a century of courageous and generous living.
The first reviews on the iPad are in and when it comes to e-books, well, the verdict is mixed.
Memoirist and essay writer Phyllis Theroux tracks six eventful years of her own life.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
The autobiography of 32-year-old Mosab Hassan Yousef, the eldest son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, is packed with real-life drama.
A new Twilight book and a redesigned look for Harry Potter should spell good news for book sales.
What was life like in first-century Palestine? Author Scott Korb says that – in many ways – it was not very different from the world today.
Antiwar protesters rush the stage at Karl Rove's Beverly Hills book signing.
"Crocheting Adventures With Hypberbolic Planes" snags the Diagram Prize for strangest book title.
Paula Byrne's engaging ‘partial’ bio of Evelyn Waugh focuses on his relationship with the family who inspired "Brideshead Revisited."
There is plenty of Passover-themed fiction for children. What is there for adults?
Book No.3 in the Harry Potter series is a genuine page turner.
An Oxford don turned management consultant shows how your most mundane moments are grounded in philosophy.