Spend your weekend reading 'Some Luck' by Jane Smiley.
Cited for the "art of memory."
'Some Luck' begins the saga of the Langdon clan of Iowa farmers.
The novel by Emily St. John Mandel finds joy in a post-apocalyptic world.
Gillian Flynn is also riding high on USA TODAY's list.
HEA contributor Kathy Altman recs reads by Melinda Leigh, Beverly Long and Norah Wilson.
The '80s rocker has written a memoir and has a new album.
Harry Potter fans were in a frenzy trying to solve Rowling's riddle.
Gillian Flynn's thriller will hit the top spot this week.
HEA curator Joyce Lamb chats with Richard Castle about his latest release, Derrick Storm and Beckett.
Actor pens profane but appreciative foreword for 'Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith.'
After telling the tale of Steve Jobs, Isaacson returns to his broad history of tech
Walter Isaacson's 'The Innovators' goes on sale Oct. 7.
Jimmy Wayne's autobiography tells the story of his triumph over a painful childhood.
Jon Katz gave a home to a horribly neglected and abused donkey.
A new Hilary Mantel book for 'Wolf Hall' fans.
And one very lucky fan will soon be a whole lot richer.
The author talks about her new memoir.
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