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.