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This Week’s Biggest Books
This week, a bumper crop of big books includes David Brooks thoughtful follow-up to The Road to Character, John Sandford’s thrilling new Lucas...
5 of the Best New Memoirs of Spring
Memoirs offer readers the opportunity to take a journey through another human’s life. No matter how different the particulars of the...
February’s Best New Fiction
This month’s best books are all about love: love of siblings, love of spouses, love of work, love of children (both biological and adopted) and even love...
6 Short Story Collections to Look Forward to in 2019
Fiction readers who overlook short stories are missing out. Not only do some of our best writers get started in the form before moving on to novels (think...
January’s Best New Fiction
Kicking off 2019 is a Gilded Age story about the American heiress who scandalized two nations prior to giving birth to Winston Churchill, and three World...
November’s Best New Fiction
November is full of drama and suspense, with new offerings from fan favorites Liane Moriarty, Danielle Steel, Jeffrey Archer, and Barbara Taylor Bradford....
November’s Best New Thrillers
Time—and publishing schedules—wait for no one, so if you slacked off on your TBR pile in October, watch out, because November is bringing a bumper crop...
October’s Best New Fiction
October brings chill winds and warm comfort food, with books to match. Stephen King and Anne Rice provide the chills, with new tales of Castle Rock and the...
The Best New Vinyl to Spin this October
When you think about October you think about Autumn, Halloween, and political surprises—when you should be thinking about all the awesome new music...
back in the saddle
6 Reasons Andrew Shaffer’s
Hope Never Dies
Is the Perfect Buddy Comedy
If you’ve ever chuckled at an Obama/Biden meme, in which Joe plays a prank and Barack rolls his eyes affectionately, Andrew Shaffer’s Hope Never...
September’s Best New Fiction
As summer bids us farewell and vacation time winds down, what could be better than curling up with a transportive book? Whether you’re in the mood...
August’s Best New Fiction
This month’s best new work includes the second book of the Half-Drowned King Viking fantasy trilogy, a portrait of a Midwest town in decline, a debut...