This month's hottest new Romances include a reunion in South Africa, a paranormal mystery and a pulse-pounding story featuring a Navy SEAL.
In this month's cooking column you'll find new cookbooks featuring everything from classic American fare to meals made for enjoying outdoors to the best in New England home cooking.
Three novels explore the hardships, complexities and a few triumphs within families, from the 1920s homestead to present-day Europe, make for great group discussion this month.
Three insightful and transporting stories make for great listening this month.
Get inspired by beach house designs, learn embroidery for the modern age and see how beautiful indoor plants can be in this month's Lifestyles column.
This month's best new mysteries include four top-notch, globe-trotting tales that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
For all its sexual perversity, Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita is at heart a master send-up of the particularities of mid-20th-century American culture. It is a measure of the genius of the non-native English-speaking Nabokov that he crafted the novel’s dazzling prose, of course, but it is just as impressive that this Russian-born writer captured the nuances of an alien culture with such precision and wit. In his new study, Nabokov in America: On the Road to Lolita, Robert Roper focuses on the émigré’s time in the United States and how it gave birth to his most famous book.
This month's best new Romances include a sizzling beach read, a romance on the small screen and a steamy historical.
Get cooking this month with some genius recipes, a pick for father's day and a little something for the vegetarians.
We tend to think of William Styron as a novelist—and rightly so, given the enduring power of such works at The Confessions of Nat Turner and Sophie’s Choice. Yet Styron, who would have been 90 years old on June 11, was also a prolific and gifted writer of nonfiction, as the doorstop-sized new collection, My Generation, makes plain. This gathering of essays, journalism, book reviews, memoirs and occasional pieces, written over 50 years, offers a congenial glimpse into this eminent American writer’s life and mind.