Philip Norman's new bio of John Lennon is a winner.
A man once wealthy learns to live among the homeless.
Three teens and lessons in friendship and constellations shine in this novel aimed at adolescent readers.
A new novel from Toni Morrison examines a legacy of abandonment.
Christopher Buckley skewers all three branches of government in this farcical Washington satire.
World War II Veterans remember "the last good war."
A novel in letters offers a lens on the reunification of Germany.
A journalist reflects on her stint in Iraq.
An insightful look at Napoleon's 'other army' – the Savants who stormed Egypt.
William Least Heat-Moon takes another look at America's lesser-traveled roads.
An absorbing tale of the motley crew assembled aboard a British trading ship.
A detailed, candid exploration of "the oracle of Omaha."
'The Witches of Eastwick' ride again in John Updike's none-too-successful sequel.
Sarah Vowell offers her witty take on the Puritans who settled the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630.
This illustrated version of Bob Dylan's "Forever Young" is a great read for kids and a scavenger hunt for adults.
To understand the French, study the revolution.
A rewarding portrait of rural life from an author silent for more than three decades.