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HEA asked some of our favorite authors to take a look at the second shelf of their keeper bookcase and pick out the third book from the left...
Spend your weekend with an abandoned astronaut in Andy Weir's thriller 'The Martian.'
Boarding school is the backdrop for tale of an untrustworthy husband.
Check out newer erotic romances, such as Flashes of Me by Cynthia Sax and Lunar Reunion by Shona Husk.
Lynsay Sands chats with HEA about her latest Argeneau Vampires novel and the long-running series.
Plus, The Diary of Anne Frank is being destroyed in Tokyo.
HEA contributor Jessie Potts digs into her stash to revisit her favorite shifter romances of the past.
What's the last book that moved you? Share with Whit and other readers.
Matthew Quick creates another wonderfully weird world with 'The Good Luck of Right Now.'
Annie Jacobsen's superb new book looks at America's deal with many devils.
First book out in July chronicles Betty's freshman year and friendship with bestie Veronica.
Plus, check out the literary regrets of famous authors.
The author sued a museum for selling souvenirs using her name and 'To Kill a Mockingbird.'
In other books news, Mavis Gallant dies at 91 and Knopf announces new Murakami novel.
In honor of Jill's new Once in a Lifetime, she and Wonder Twin Kristan share a few of their regrets.
As Concealed in Death comes out, HEA asked romance authors to share what they love most about J.D. Robb's In Death series.
Andy Weir's new space thriller is headed to the big screen.
She's back as her alter ego, Robert Galbraith
Dave Itzkoff's new book looks back at the brilliant 1976 movie 'Network.'
In June, J.K. Rowling will deliver the second mystery written as Robert Galbraith.