This isn't your granddaughter's Snow White.
Marcella Hazan's memoir tells of her lasting marriage of love and cuisine.
How rugby helped to unite South Africa.
Dick Cheney became the most influential vice president in US history.
How a stray kitten helped a Midwestern town through its darkest days.
Chilling on-the-ground accounts of war in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
The tragic story of a group of Americans who sought a better life in 1930s Russia.
A young girl dreams of Siberia and of skies that are "cold and clear."
Americans from all walks of life share their personal credos in 500-word essays.
A compelling portrait of China's new working class.
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Spies, the "War on Terror," and personal failings converge in John le Carre's latest thriller.
A riveting look at the 1910 bombing of the offices of the anti-union, anti-socialist L.A. Times.
A debut novel about the Salem witch trials draws on the author's own ancestry.
How computers and data patterns are invading our lives.
Korean-American adoptees talk about their experiences growing up in a predominantly Caucasian world.
Dennis Lehane's ambitious new novel evokes a dark chapter of US history.
The true story of a young family that rescued a zoo.
A Palestinian-American teen is the narrator in this funny, moving, debut novel.