The book's ending does have some issues.
The author of 'If nuns Ruled the World' lists her favorite literary Sisters.
HEA unveils the cover of The Ruby Circle, the final installment of Richelle Mead's Bloodlines series.
HEA contributor Serena Chase recs reads by Lisa Wingate, Betsy St. Amant and Sigmund Brouwer.
Ken Follett and Ian McEwan are among the authors with new works on the way.
'The Wonder of All Things' is the follow-up to 'The Returned.'
The actor's memoir, 'Not My Father's Son,' is about uncovering family secrets.
Spare novel explores how messy life can get.
First book by a president about his presidential father.
It's a fall season crammed with books by celebrities, from Lena Dunham to George W. Bush.
Thomas Pynchon's latest takes place in 2001 New York, before 9/11.
Jan Karon's gang returns after a nine-year absence in 'Somewhere Safe With Somebody Good.'
More than 25 films based on books are scheduled.
'Neon Aliens Ate My Homework and Other Poems' is due in March.
'Goosebumps' movie hits theaters next year, 'Mostly Ghostly' arrives on home video Tuesday.
If they can keep up their momentum, these celebs will have many great summers to come.
Some characters recur from David Mitchell's earlier novel.
Sheila E. releases her memoir, 'The Beat of My Own Drum.'
Sci-fi novelist combines futuristic tale with classic whodunit.
Spend your weekend reading 'We Are Not Ourselves' by Matthew Thomas.
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