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Tim Winton’s novel “The Shepherd’s Hut” takes readers on a survivalist journey through the wilds of Australia.
“Upstate” beautifully captures a father’s efforts to stay connected to his children.
More than 147,000 hardcover copies were sold from June 4 to June 10.
“A Place for Us,” by Fatima Farheen Mirza, is a beautiful novel about family and faith.
Former president Bill Clinton and thriller writer James Patterson have teamed up to write "The President Is Missing." Ron Charles reviews the novel, which is about a dangerous computer virus threatening the U.S.
Part thriller, part lecture, the novel follows a president trying to save the country from a computer virus.
Tommy Orange’s “There There” looks at the varieties of Indian identity in modern America.
As the author of ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’ once put it, ‘Newark is my Stockholm.’
The weirdest, funniest, downright strangest holiday-theme titles we could find