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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Los Angeles Times – 2016-12-30
Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan, Justin Chang and other reviewers. Click title for full review. Arrival Amy Adams stars in this elegant, involving science-fiction drama that is...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-01-06
This week: Dumas's sequel to "The Three Musketeers," plus Ayelet Waldman on microdosing.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-01-13
This week: Han Kang's follow-up to "The Vegetarian," plus true stories of imaginary illnesses.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-01-20
This week: the book that changed America, and an early candidate for the best graphic biography of 2017.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-01-27
Local transportation officials on Thursday hired one of the more controversial names in California construction to build a $2.4-billion section of the Westside subway, which will connect Century...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-01-27
This week: the oddly musical mysteries in the motion of the planets, plus love and art in 1950s Manhattan.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-01-31
The St. Louis Cardinals were fined $2 million and stripped of their two top draft picks Monday, the long-awaited punishment by Major League Baseball after their former scouting director repeatedly...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-02-03
This week: new novels from John Darnielle and Viet Thanh Nguyen, plus how medicine changed the end of life.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-02-10
This week: the first novel by George Saunders, plus a history of cannibalism.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-02-17
This week: a girl begins receiving letters from her dead sister, plus the violent mutiny on the HMS "Hermione."
ABC News – 2017-02-21
Good Housekeeping Style Director Lori Bergamotto shares the magazine's top picks for the best leggings.
Publishing Perspectives – 2017-02-23
Literary agent Stephanie Barrouillet is preparing her rights list of French, Spanish and international children's books to showcase at the Bologna Book Fair The post Rights Watch: An Israeli...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-02-24
This week: a powerful thriller for fans of Ruth Rendell, and a stellar Angela Carter biography.
Yahoo! News – 2017-03-02
Former U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday was named this year's winner of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library's "Profile in Courage" award, an annual honor for leaders who stand up to...
The Bookseller – 2017-03-03
Literary Agents tell us about the titles they will be bringing to London Book Fair 2017.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-03-03
This week: Dan Chaon's terrifying masterpiece, plus an espionage novel set during the October Revolution of 1917.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-03-10
This week: new books from Hari Kunzru, Elif Batuman, and more.
The Bookseller – 2017-03-16
Picador has acquired a new book by Nell Stevens, author of forthcoming Bleaker House.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-03-17
This week: a historical novel about the first female Pinkerton detective, plus a brilliant true-crime epic set during the reign of Louis XIV.
The Bookseller – 2017-03-18
Fiona Cummins, Jane Harper, Joseph Knox and Kristen Lepionka have been revealed as the four debut authors picked by crime writer Val McDermid for her influential “New Blood” panel at the...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-03-18
The International Olympic Committee has moved closer toward picking both Los Angeles and Paris to host a Summer Games in an unprecedented double vote this year. IOC President Thomas Bach has...
The Washington Post – 2017-03-24
New books by Kit Rocha, Jennifer L. Armentrout and SarahTitle
Publishers Weekly – 2017-03-24
This week: Hannah Tinti's excellent new novel, inspired by the 12 labors of Hercules, plus Emma Donoghue's new children's book.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-03-29
Judy Garland’s 1939 recording of “Over the Rainbow,” the Eagles’ “Their Greatest Hits” album, N.W.A’s “Straight Outta Compton” and David Bowie’s “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy...
The Washington Post – 2017-03-30
A selection of titles that celebrate the art of book making, collecting and just loving books
Los Angeles Times – 2017-03-29
California politics updates: ICE director's appearance at Sacramento immigration forum draws protestors March 29, 2017, 12:24 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-03-31
This week: an absorbingly creepy debut novel set in a decaying old mansion, plus Mary Gaitskill's excellent essay collection.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-04-07
This week: the genius of the music of Prince, plus a madcap thriller full of hidden identities.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-21
Ike Anigbogu presumably wasn’t trying to be ironic when he wore a UCLA basketball shirt in a photo that was posted on Twitter on Thursday. The Bruins center smiled as he stood next to NBA agent...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-24
The NFL draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Chicago. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, in the second of four daily parts, the South divisions: AFC...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-25
The draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, in the third of four daily parts, the North divisions: NFC...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-26
The draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, in the final of four daily parts, the West divisions: NFC...
The Washington Post – 2017-04-27
“Death in the Dark,” “The Rumble Murders” and other cat-and-mouse tales you might have missed.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-29
There was no splash factor this year, no attempt to become the story of the NFL draft. The Rams, without a first-round pick, finally got their chance in the second round Friday — and then decided...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-04-30
Philip Rivers, who in the eyes of so many people, himself probably included, is the quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, took the stage at his team’s new home Saturday morning to a massive amount...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-05-07
Our picks on Free Comic Book Day.
Yahoo! News – 2017-05-12
Tensions over French president-elect Emmanuel Macron's bid to redraw France's political map burst into the open Friday as a key ally was left furious ahead of crucial parliamentary elections next...
The Washington Post – 2017-05-16
‘The Girl Who Knew Too Much,’ ‘The Thing About Love’ and ‘You May Kiss the Bride’
The Christian Science Monitor – 2017-05-20
A journalistic tour de force tracing the movements of Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. An achingly beautiful novel about interracial adoption. The story of the Russian revolution. They're very different...
Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2017-05-27
Bill Gates has each year releases a list of his good summer reads. The Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist this year unveiled his reading list in time for a sunny Memorial Day weekend in...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-05-26
This week: David Sedaris's diaries, plus the complete Jack Reacher stories.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-05-19
This week: a wonderful biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald, plus the controversial novel that inspired last year's hit movie 'Elle.'
Los Angeles Times – 2017-06-04
Mark the calendar: As we roll deeper into June, here are some of the performances and exhibitions that have caught the curiosity of Times critics, staff writers and contributors. 1. 'Young Caesar'...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-02
This week: Anthony Horowitz's brilliant Agatha Christie–like mystery, plus an investigation into the Donner Party.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-09
This week: new books from Roxane Gay, Teju Cole, and more.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-16
This week: Don Winslow's latest novel, plus what happens between life and death.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-06-23
The average Lakers fan was probably satisfied with the team’s selection of Lonzo Ball at No. 2 overall. But with control over the Brooklyn Nets’ No. 27 pick thanks to their trade of D’Angelo...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-23
This week: the true story of the year-long quest to catch a Greenland shark, which can live up to 400 years.
The Christian Science Monitor – 2017-06-30
June books are summer books, but that doesn't mean they're not intelligent. Here are 10 new titles that the Monitor's book critics found to be good blends of entertainment and smarts.
Yahoo! News – 2017-06-30
A bill sponsored by Rep. Jamie Raskin to create a panel that could remove President Trump from office under the 25th Amendment is gaining support from Democrats, including Rep. John Conyers.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-30
This week: a thriller featuring a creepy DVD, plus an excellent essay collection about the beauty of everyday mundanities.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-07-03
Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan, Justin Chang and other reviewers. Baby Driver Edgar Wright's exuberant, one-of-a-kind vehicular-action-thriller-musical-romance stars Ansel Elgort...
Los Angeles Times – 2017-07-06
There might come a day when Gabe Vilardi walks into the Kings’ dressing room as a man among boys. On this day, though, Vilardi, was a wide-eyed boy wonder when he toured the Kings’ practice...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-07-07
This week: an oral history of Bob Marley, plus an existential mystery in which a couple's neighbors strangely stop speaking to them.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-07-11
As the Lakers took the court Monday night, fans began chanting for the player who has drawn record crowds to the Las Vegas Summer League. “We want Lonzo!” came a chorus from somewhere around...
The Guardian – 2017-07-12
The education business sold nearly half its stake in the publisher to Bertelsmann, but much of the proceeds will be reinvestedPearson is still going to own a quarter of Penguin Random House, so...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-07-14
This week: what if there were a machine that could reveal your deepest secret? Plus: a definitive Thoreau biography.
Los Angeles Times – 2017-07-27
Don't you want to know what's happening online and in Los Angeles in the world of books?
Los Angeles Times – 2017-08-04
As mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa built relationships in Hollywood: He sought the counsel of studio heads, fought for state tax credits to keep film and television production in the city...
Publishers Weekly – 2017-08-04
This week: a mother abandons her family with $40,000 in a backpack, plus what science says about UFOs, chemtrails, and aliens.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-07-28
This week: Proust's letters to his neighbor, plus a brilliant and claustrophobic novel from Lizzie Borden's perspective.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-07-21
This week: a utopian society gone wrong, plus the brilliant short stories of Fleur Jaeggy.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-08-18
This week: Knausgaard's latest, plus the novel that won the Irish Book Award’s Crime Novel of the Year.
Publishers Weekly – 2017-08-11
This week: an absorbing account of the case of Willie James Grimes, plus Paul Yoon's beautiful story collection.