When disaster strikes, ordinary human beings very often do extraordinary things.
A sly literary puzzle masquerading as a novel.
A little sister struggles for a place in her parents’ hearts – and the world – after losing her older sibling.
This sequel continues the adventures of the children whose parents work on Alacatraz Island.
Music, race, politics, and history come together in this author’s examination of the year he spent in New Orleans.
Two academics examine the decades-long relationship between Fidel Castro and Gabriel García Márquez.
The remarkable story of the US Army Special Forces who slipped into Afghanistan on horseback and fought the war’s most successful campaign
History accumulates in E.L. Doctorow’s novel about the Collyer brothers.
The drama of house-building.
Author Sue Monk Kidd and her daughter seek answers to life’s challenges in their travels to Greece and France.
Two compelling books that take different approaches to the game of golf.
An insolent critic looks back at a life spent savoring flavors.
A challenge to current ideas about responsible eating.
On its 100th anniversary, a history of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
How a pair of wealthy identical twins made one of the most significant scriptural discoveries in history.
Semiotics intertwines with murder in this mystery set in a medieval abbey.
The story of life with a remarkable blind cat.
Wry humor and middle-aged meditation give flavor to Richard Russo’s novel about two beach-side weddings.
The life of Trudy Ederle, first woman to swim the English Channel.
Journalist Patrick Radden Keefe follows the story of the boss of a human smuggling ring.