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Four-star review of Thomas Pynchon's new novel, Bleeding Edge
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And Happy Roald Dahl Day!
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She'll bring 'Fantastic Beasts' to the big screen.
Alice McDermott's latest novel charts the life cycle of an Irish-Catholic woman in Brooklyn.
The debut novelist re-imagines the life of a condemned woman in 19th-century Iceland.
He keeps on digging in his second novel, 'Songs of Willow Frost.'
'Hunger Games' author aims picture book at kids 4 and up.
Were the 45 deaths at a New Orleans hospital after Katrina a crime?
The 65-year-old comedian/actor's collection of essays covers aging, family and famous friends.
Artist Leanne Shapton captures moments from her favorite black-and-white films.
The publisher discounts its graphic novels; get Whitney's recs.
Plus, read the 'wild' story of Cheryl Strayed's long-lost half-sister.
'Keith Richards on Keith Richards' features decades of interviews with the rock legend.
'Staying Strong' is a collection of daily inspirational quotes.
A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh's biographer, takes on the life of Woodrow Wilson.
Spend your weekend reading about the life of author J.D. Salinger.
Amanda Lindhout was held captive in Somalia for more than a year.