In "Popular Crime" baseball guru Bill James ponders centuries of blockbuster American crimes in search of greater meaning.
Cheney dishes on his health, the Sept. 11 attacks, a secret resignation letter, and the mistakes of George Tenet, Colin Powell, and Condoleezza Rice.
"The Rapture is ... a surprisingly rich metaphor for growing older and living with loss," says Perrotta of the end-time theme in "The Leftovers."
The Monroe Township Schools pulled two books – one of which includes graphic descriptions of lesbian sex and another a depiction of a homosexual orgy – from its reading list.
Maru's videos have already gone viral. Will his book follow?
Increasingly, writers-for-hire are paid to write glowing online reviews of books they haven’t read.
When Seattle's Elliott Bay Book Co. changed neighborhoods, it also tweaked its stock.
"Maggie Goes on a Diet" - a glorified tale of weight loss aimed at young girls - is stirring a storm of criticism.
The last couple of decades have been rough but editor Janet Hutchings says the Internet era is now boosting EQMM's profile and leading to a rebirth.
Media controversy won't necessarily jumpstart sales of Christine O'Donnell's book.
Hal Vaughan's new biography, "Sleeping with the Enemy: Coco Chanel's Secret War," argues that Coco Chanel was an anti-Semitic Nazi spy who went on secret missions for the German government.