Recipes for delectable, edible gifts, Emeril's most essential dishes and a vast collection of vegetarian Indian dishes are highlighted in this month's cooking column.
This month's Lifestyles column covers curse-free crafting, a guide to surface design and a do-it-yourself guide inspired by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
This month's hottest romances include a tense thriller set in the war-torn Middle East, a suspense set in Amish country and a delectable, devilish historical.
A historical novel takes readers inside the Bloomsbury Group of literati, a harrowing tale of survival in the West and a debut novel set in the wake of the BP oil spill make for great group discussion this month.
An author's reflections on his year in Rome, a novel that explores the world of Manhattan's young socialites and the fourth book in the late Stieg Larsson's Millennium series make for great listening this month.
The title of the new volume The Early Stories of Truman Capote is certainly truth in advertising. These are very early stories, written largely when Capote was a teenager, only recently discovered among the writer’s papers in the New York Public Library. A few of the 14 were published in his Greenwich, Connecticut, high school newspaper, but short of any surviving classmates, odds are good that these stories are reaching Capote fans for the first time.
In this month's best new mysteries, an ex cop seeks bloody atonement, Precious Ramotswe returns to solve a new case, the Lincoln Lawyer teams up with Harry Bosch and a reluctant spy seeks to keep the British Commonwealth afloat.
Create your own wild garden, learn to knit without knitting and cut down on your household's food waste with this month's Lifestyles picks.
Two masterful mysteries and a fearless addiction memoir make for great listening this month.
This month's hottest new romances include a thrilling FBI investigation in East Texas, a return to Chesapeake Shores and an unconventional Scottish historical.