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.
Two sisters look back on their time in Nazi-occupied France, a novel tackles the Boston immigrant experience and John Grisham's latest legal thriller make for great listening this month.
An argument for the benefits of doing nothing, an African thriller and a dramatic family road trip make for great listening this month.
A moving memoir, a fast-paced Irish thriller and a finely-crafted collection of short stories make for great listening this month.
Thrilling tales filled with espionage and sleuthing make for great listening this month.
A whodunit inspired by classic literature, a tour-de-force story of a conflicted artist and the latest from Robert Galbraith (also known as J.K. Rowling) make for great listening this month.
Listen up! With finance, mystery and historical fiction titles, this month's audio column has something for everyone.
Two excellent crime novels and a polished memoir on dying make for great listening.
Billy Collins, a two-term Poet Laureate of the United States who can fill large auditoriums and appears on “A Prairie Home Companion,” has made poetry miraculously accessible without dumbing it down or making it any less profound. His voice is plain but eloquent, his style easy, without complicated meter; he makes the ordinary meaningful and the everyday beautiful. His latest collection, Aimless Love, is his first in a dozen years.
In August 2008, Amanda Lindhout was kidnapped by Somali militants and held for ransom. It was 460 days before she and her Australian companion Nigel Brennan were released. A House in the Sky, written with Sara Corbett, is her account of what she endured—and how she endured it. It’s a powerful story of captivity, survival and human resilience, told with honesty and clarity and...