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Author and publisher couldn't agree on the cover. But there was an "easy answer."
In this debut novel, the American writer revisits her own experiences in Paris in 1989.
'The Morning News' holds its annual competition in search of the best novel.
Author Sarah Garland looks at the 2007 Supreme Court case that ended school desegregation.
Pope Francis book out in May
In today's book news, it's Philip Roth's birthday and Danielle Steel is writing a children's book.
From now through March 25, you can download 'Code' for free and get a preview of 'Inferno.'
Plus, download a free copy of 'The Da Vinci Code' and Amazon has launched a new imprint.
Popular suspense writer Harlan Coben pens a new thriller.
Owen King's 'Double Feature'
Timothy Geithner is writing a book and a long-lost Stevenson essay has been discovered.
Get an exclusive look at the book, which blends two unlikely things: The Bard and Jedi.
These five books extoll the virtues of spending time alone.
Bookish interviews the author of 'Vampires in the Lemon Grove' and 'Swamplandia!'
Patterson's character Alex Cross began as a woman, and other revelations.
Among offerings: Sheryl Sandberg's 'Lean In,' Hilary Mantel's 'Bring Up the Bodies.'
But does having a host of teen readers guarantee a box-office hit?
"There's no magic formula," author says, but many factors in popularity of fantasy novels.
Number of books written: 55. Number of new novels to be published this year: 4. And more.
Paul Rees will write a bio of the prolific Led Zeppelin musician.