Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-06
This week, a fistful of mystery-thrillers bump up against bios of Elizabeth II and the Obamas, as well as a fascinating memoir from the "godfather of rap."
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Publishers Weekly – 2014-07-18
This week, a spine-tingling horror novel, what life was really like in Dickens's London, and the new James Lee Burke novel.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-07-18
The first half of 2014 was one of the publishing industry’s busiest six-month periods for mergers and acquisitions since the start of the Great Recession.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-07-25
This week, the plot to poison the world's greatest wine, a "Gone Girl" with heart, and Amy Bloom's latest.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-01
This week, "Bad Feminist," Bridget Jones meets Carrie Bradshaw, and a kingdom of ice.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-08
This week, new Murakami, racial reassignment surgery, and looking for Jack Kerouac.
Reuters – 2014-08-10
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The plot of the Amazon-Hachette battle over ebook prices just acquired a strange literary twist.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-15
This week, the danger of what you eat, the miseducation of the American elite, and an outstanding Japanese revenge thriller.
Folio Magazine – 2014-08-19
Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-22
This week, a haunting psychological mystery set at a school for troubled teens, "Against Football," and the culinary imagination.
GigaOM – 2014-08-22
Bitcoin's price crashes aren't surprising anymore, as we learn that many, many things can move the bitcoin market. This week in bitcoin: bitcoin’s price stumbles, falls and picks itself back...
CNW – 2014-08-28
SEPTEMBER EVENTS AT INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC TORONTO, Aug. 28, 2014 /CNW/ - From bestselling authors to the hottest fall releases, Indigo and Chapters stores nationally host FREE, and exclusive ...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-29
This week, new Tana French, new Elena Ferrante, and the history of rock 'n' roll in 10 songs.
Los Angeles Times – 2014-09-02
Washington Post Co. owner Jeff Bezos on Tuesday named Frederick J. Ryan Jr. as the publication's new publisher, turning to the founding chief executive of Web-savvy Politico to lead one of the...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-05
This week, new Ian McEwan, new Joseph O'Neill, and the stunning debut novel, "A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing."
The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-09-11
Facebook recently revealed some of the books that users picked most often when participating in a meme about what books 'stayed with you.'
Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-12
This week, new Lawrence Wright, new Sarah Waters, new Margaret Atwood.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-19
This week, the definitive Tennessee Williams biography, how Aristotle invented science, and Lauren Oliver's creepy ghost story.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-26
This week, new Martin Amis, Marlon James's epic masterpiece, and the amazing "On Immunity."
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-03
This week, new Marilynne Robinson, new Walter Isaacson, and the incredible "Citizen."
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-07
Lerner Publisher Services has added Australian publisher Big & Small to its client list; Manchester University Press will be distributed by Oxford University Press USA in North and South America and...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-10
This week, madness at the dawn of Hollywood, life in South Korea, and Kerry Howley's amazing "Thrown."
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-17
This week: the must read "Limonov," the crazy life of William Cushing, and the third of four titles in Stiefvater’s Raven Cycle.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-24
This week, Gaiman tackles Hansel and Gretel, plus more locked-room mysteries than you can shake a stick at.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-31
This week: new Richard Ford, how music was captured, and classic children's books get gnarly.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-07
This week, new Stephen King, the newest Nobel winner, and mapping the cosmos.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-14
The book, not yet titled, is slated for publication in the winter of 2015 or 2016.
Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-14
This week, the world's first digital weapon, and an ongoing investigation of men.
CNW – 2014-11-14
First & Best names the best Canadian books to help kids get ready for reading TORONTO, Nov. 14, 2014 /CNW/ - Toronto Public Library has released its distinguished First & Best booklist,...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-21
This week: the final recollections of Charles Dickens, an eye-opening portrait of the South, and a punk rock memoir.
Slate – 2014-12-01
Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious, by Dan Pashman Recommended by L.V. Anderson, assistant editor
Chicago Tribune – 2014-11-27
We picked the best books from 2014 that stood out amongst the rest in a year filled with good literature. Here are our picks.
Slate – 2014-12-03
We talk often at Slate about things we love: books and songs and shower heads and light bulbs and baby toys and, of course, television shows. We know from your comments and emails that you like many...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-12-05
This week, the masterpiece "The Wall," new Murakami, and "The Mammoth Book of SF Stories by Women."
Publishers Weekly – 2014-12-09
PW's top five spirituality and religion books for 2014 range from meditations on grief to observations on belief.
The Washington Post – 2014-12-11
As Emily Dickinson almost said, there is no present like a book. But it should be something slightly unexpected, unusual or expensive, and not a current bestseller. Here’s a seasonal dozen — and...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-02
This week: surviving the Rapture, a haunted possum, and a Kafkaesque thriller.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-09
This week: the true story of murder in a 19th-century convent, plus "The Shining" meets "The Abyss."
Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-16
This week: an unreliable narrator and her missing daughter, a crime novel that's like watching a slow-motion train wreck, and a biography of PTSD.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-23
This week, an animal uprising, an argument over cheese, and cryptocurrency.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-30
This week, a cult classic waiting to happen, God's bankers, and an early bid for best graphic novel of 2015.
CNW – 2015-02-02
FEBRUARY EVENTS AT INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC TORONTO, Feb. 2, 2015 /CNW/ - From bestselling authors to the hottest releases, Indigo and Chapters stores nationally host FREE and paid exclusive eve...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-02-06
This week: a superhero named Mann Man (who has the powers of Thomas Mann).
The Bookseller – 2015-02-12
Writer Bridget Minamore, whose interests cover "hip-hop, climate change, feminism and football", has been chosen by the Hospital Club's new charitable foundation as part of its Emerging Creatives...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-02-13
This week: an account of the scandal and obsession behind Monopoly, which many readers will find more entertaining than the game itself.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-02-20
This week: Umberto Eco tells you how to write a thesis.
CNW – 2015-02-27
MARCH EVENTS AT INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC TORONTO, Feb. 26, 2015 /CNW/ - From bestselling authors to the most anticipated winter releases, Indigo and Chapters stores across Canada are thrilled to...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-02-27
This week: new Kazuo Ishiguro, and the controversial "The Bunker Diary."
CNW – 2015-02-28
TORONTO, Feb. 27, 2015 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll will be made available by Video On-Demand web download: STORY SUMMARY: Canada's most prestigious non-fiction book prize is presented today at...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-06
This week: Erik Larson's account of the 'Lusitania,' and a coming-of-age novel about a girl...who's also a cannibal.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-13
This week: Ayn Rand's connection to the 2008 financial collapse, America's youngest serial killer, and a modern retelling of "Madame Bovary."
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-20
This week, Colm Toibin on Elizabeth Bishop, and a new Sherlock Holmes mystery.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-27
This week, Jon Ronson's fascinating exploration of shaming, Pulitzer-winner Tracy K. Smith's wonderful memoir, and how to clone a mammoth.
The Bookseller – 2015-03-28
Macmillan Children's Books (MCB) has acquired a YA comedy about a group of fangirls from debut US author Goldy Moldavsky. Kill the Boy Band is a fictional account of what happens when a group of...
BBC – 2015-03-27
A book about a penguin who flies to the tropics with the aid of a kite is named the winner of the 2015 Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
The Christian Science Monitor – 2015-04-01
Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist are back in the fourth installment of Stieg Larsson's 'Millennium' series, this time written by David Lagercrantz.
The Bookseller – 2015-04-03
Serpent's Tail has acquired Adrien Bosc's Constellation, a literary sensation in its native France. The novel is based on the true story of the crash of a Lockheed Constellation passenger plane...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-03
This week: Larry Kramer's epic novel 30 years in the making, new Ann Packer, and the life of a "New Yorker" copyeditor.
Engadget – 2015-04-09
It's been one busy month for reviews: Engadget has published seven in the past four weeks alone. That means we've got quite a few additions to our various buyer's guides. First up: the HTC One M9....
Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-10
This week: our future in space, Chigozie Obioma's wonderful debut novel, and new Amelia Gray.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-17
This week, Toni Morrison's new novel, the story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway, and Montmartre at the beginning of modernism.
The Bookseller – 2015-04-18
Orion is to publish a book by "MasterChef" champion Ping Coombes. Ping’s Pantry will “invite its readers to Ping’s family table, and give them all the guidance they need to bring the sizzle,...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-24
This week: Werner Herzog walks on ice, Oliver Sacks's new memoir, and the golden age of murder.
The Washington Post – 2015-04-29
The deadpan title of Bruce Eric Kaplan’s memoir, I Was a Child(Blue Rider, $25.95), would suit pretty much every memoir ever written. Of course Kaplan, best known for his New Yorker cartoons, had a...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-01
This week: David McCullough on the Wright Brothers, Kate Atkinson's follow-up to "Life After Life," and the definitive biography of Saul Bellow.
The Bookseller – 2015-05-08
WH Smith has released its Richard and Judy Summer Book Club titles, featuring David Nicholls, Nick Hornby and Joel Dicker in the mix. The eight titles feature two from publisher Orion - No Safe...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-08
This week, Sally Mann's amazing memoir, original sin, and the latest from Anne Enright.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-15
This week: a book within a book, the end of the U.S. space program, and solitude in New York City.
CBC – 2015-05-18
Stargazing in a canyon in Arizona, attending a concert in the shadow of ancient Greek ruins, hiking through Edmonton’s river valley: At first glance, they might not have much in common. But all...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-22
This week: a brain surgeon's memoir, Robert McCammon's latest, and a page-turning mystery set in the Arctic.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-29
This week: Judy Blume's first novel for adults in 17 years, Stephen King's latest, and the absolutely incredible story of Stalin's daughter.
CNW – 2015-06-01
JUNE EVENTS AT INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC TORONTO, June 1, 2015 /CNW/ - From bestselling authors to the most anticipated summer releases, Indigo and Chapters stores across Canada are thrilled to a...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-05
This week: a candidate for the Great American Internet Novel, a dead body in a chimney, and reimagining Custer's death.
The Bookseller – 2015-06-06
Corvus has signed two new romantic comedies and a backlist title by author Rosie Blake. Editor Louise Cullen signed world English language rights to two new novels in a deal with Clare Wallace at...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-12
This week: Mia Alvar's amazing debut story collection, finding a pirate ship, and Aziz Ansari on modern romance.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-18
"Mr. Robot": USA takes on the digital conspiracy thriller, a genre with a very high failure rate, and thanks to the dark playfulness of creator Sam Esmail and an inspired performance by lead Rami...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-19
This week: Milan Kundera's latest, Don Winslow's epic of the Mexican drug wars, and a Dickensian novel about Dickens.
The Bookseller – 2015-06-20
Head of Zeus has signed a non-fiction book on Albert Einstein and the theory of relativity. Editorial director of non-fiction Neil Belton signed UK, Commonwealth and European rights to The Hunt for...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-20
Receiver-defensive back Marquis Lawson of Crenshaw has been offered a scholarship by UCLA, Coach Robert Garrett said.
Digiday – 2015-06-23
Introducing the Industry Choice portion of the 2015 Digiday Awards, where you choose the most innovative brand, agency, publisher, and person of the year. Nominations close on October 2, 2015. The...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-26
Small ball was supposed to be all the rage in the NBA after the Golden State Warriors benched center Andrew Bogut on the way to their first championship in 40 years.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-26
This week, an attack by a walking corpse, and a coming-of-age novel set in Barbados.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-27
Home ... again.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-27
Early in his career, Lance Henriksen worked for six months with influential French filmmaker Francois Truffaut when both men acted in director Steven Spielberg's classic 1977 sci-fi fantasy, "Close...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-07-01
This week, dirty Seinfeld fan fiction, a David Lynchian campus novel, and Kim Stanley Robinson's latest.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-02
The Lakers lost out on another big man Thursday when free agent center Greg Monroe agreed to join the Milwaukee Bucks.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-04
Lob City lost one of its most prominent residents Friday when free-agent center DeAndre Jordan agreed to leave the Clippers for the Dallas Mavericks, spurning the only NBA team he had known to begin...