This enthralling adventure pits British agents against the Thuggee in 19th-century India.
More than a century after the flu wipes out civilization, Lewis and Clark strike out for Oregon — again.
The book is a magnificent companion novel to her 2013 bestseller, “Life After Life.”
In his latest thriller, the prolific writer brings us a new hero, Memory Man, a detective bent on revenge.
“I wanted to be Murphy Brown,” the star writes in her frank and funny memoir.
Melissa Rivers’s biography of her mother is more sweet than funny, full of affection and a true sense of loss.
This collection, which gathers work from seven decades, is sure to win the Nobel laureate even more fans.
Kevin M. Kruse explores the impact of business in building the role of Christianity in America.
Mona Eltahawy calls in the starkest terms for an end to the brutal misogyny in the region.
More than 400 stores across the country will offer special programs and merchandise to celebrate their continued relevance in the Internet age.
Thomas Kunkel’s biography of Joseph Mitchell suggests the writer embellished some of his nonfiction.
It’s time to clear your head, your to-do list and your inbox.
The second volume in the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer’s trilogy sets her characters amid the sweep of history.
‘The Dying Grass,’ about the Nez Perce War of 1877, will arrive this summer at 1,376 pages.
Bruce Holsinger’s new novel features poets John Gower and Geoffrey Chaucer at the center of the story.
In this volume, 18-year-old Karl Ove tries to find romance that lasts longer than 10 seconds.
Marc Peyser and Timothy Dwyer look into the lives of Eleanor Roosevelt and Teddy Roosevelt’s daughter.
Matthew Parker chronicles Ian Fleming’s adventures and loves around his house called Goldeneye.
In ‘Between You & Me,’ a New Yorker copy editor explains the uses of usage.
The author is pitch perfect in this rich, musical novel about early 20th-century Chicago.
The books Washington has been reading.