There's still every reason to be wild about Harry.
This debut novel blends the history of the Salem witch trials with the tale of a 1991 Harvard student who makes some surprising discoveries about her family’s past.
Two brothers on the trail of Pancho Villa dip into dark territory in this spare, poetic story.
War in Lebanon is seen through the eyes of a precocious 8-year-old narrator.
A catchy title for an alternative history of American popular music.
A swashbuckling new edition of a story that never grows old.
Rick Bass again assumes the role of America’s 21st-century Thoreau.
At the close of the Civil War, a unique moment in US culture.
The poetry of Fred Marchant explores literal battles as well as those of the mind and spirit.
Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s prequel to “The Shadow of the Wind” is a twisty, sarcastic ode to books.
A foreign correspondent writes of her longing to adopt two Iraqi war orphans.
A balanced, beautifully written book about the horrors of the Bataan Death March.
Forty years later, another look at man’s first walk on the moon.
A firsthand account of the plot to assassinate Hitler, written by its last survivor.
Two teens learn a lot about themselves – and American history – when they’re forced to spend the summer with their grandmother.
A gripping account of 1776 – a year of "sustained suffering" and "phenomenal courage."
Murder and mayhem haunt an executive chef in the restaurant of a London hotel that has seen better days.
This poignant short story collection puts a personal face on the devastating crisis in Zimbabwe.
The story of two blues-crazed teens who became one of the best songwriting teams of the 20th century.
What are the quirky dishes with which we comfort ourselves when dining solo?