Critics – including former Secretary of State Colin Powell – fulminate over Dick Cheney's memoir.
Jay Bahadur chewed khat, fielded lies, and made his way through the intricacies of Somali clan politics as he gathered information for "The Pirates of Somalia."
"Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson remains silent as his attorneys fight a $5 million class action lawsuit.
The 2011 report from Bookfinder includes a book on sweater designs from the Tudor royals and a pancake cookbook.
An early review of Cheney's "In My Time" suggests that readers of the memoir will react more with frustration than with anger.
Interested in picking up Anne Jacobsen's "Area 51"? Before you do, let me offer some advice.
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.