This month's Whodunit column highlights a nightmarish thriller from Mo Hayder, Peter Robinson's finest police procedural and more.
This month's best cookbooks explore the incredible egg, the flavors of the grill and innovative bistro cooking.
This month's best new romances include the second installment in Nora Roberts' Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy, an unexpected love with a former Royal Navy diver, plus the newest from Eloisa James.
Looking for a new project? The three books in this month's Lifestyles column are full of fun, fresh ideas.
Three thought-provoking novels from 2013 are now available in paperback, perfect for sparking discussion in your reading group.
Excellent books from Charles Finch, Lachlan Smith and former secretary of defense Robert Gates make for great listening.
Was John Updike one of America’s great writers or merely, as Harold Bloom famously said, “a minor novelist with a major style”? In Updike, his meticulously detailed and highly readable new biography—the first full-fledged life of the writer, who died in 2009—Adam Begley makes a convincing case for the former view while providing a rich account of the events that shaped Updike’s fiction.