Books And Literature
“Mad as Hell: The Making of ‘Network’ and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies”
“All Joy and No Fun:
“The Bully Pulpit:
“Brown Dog: Novellas”
^pOtto Penzler, editor of “The Big Book of Christmas Mysteries,” has a theory about why so many crime fiction writers “have turned their pens and wicked thoughts to this time of year.”
LEXINGTON, Ky. — “Walking Dead” memorabilia meets you as you enter A+ Comics & Collectibles, leading to a packed showroom filled with Batman, Wonder Woman, Zombie-themed lunch boxes and games of all ilk.
WASHINGTON — It’s not about him. It’s about us.
“Last Night at the Viper Room: River Phoenix and the Hollywood He Left Behind”
“Ties That Bind: Stories
Cotton Malone returns in a thriller that combines history and gunfire in Steve Berry's "The King's Deception."
WASHINGTON — You wanted Father Andrew Greeley as your friend and not your enemy. You got the sense he was born with his fists up and his loyalties fully formed. He was ready to do battle at the first signs of disrespect toward those he cared about.
A Sarajevo chauffeur took a wrong turn, and Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip had his chance to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. In the resulting inferno of World War I, 9 million others died.
A little talent is a dangerous thing. Meg Wolitzer examines the implications of that sad truth in her latest work, a sprawling, marvelously inventive novel that tracks the friendships over nearly four decades of six teenagers who meet in the summer of 1974 at an arts camp in Massachusetts.
In "Breaking Point," C.J. Box's 13th thriller featuring Wyoming game warden C.J. Pickett, our hero is still willing to mix it up to protect the wild landscape he loves and the colorful characters who roam it. But Joe has finally had all he can take of the desk jockeys who make his job harder…