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Crime sellers in the spotlight and Dan Brown’s “Inferno” makes its debut on the hardcover fiction list at No. 1.
The author of “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” calls Franzen her “big daddy” — “My favorite kind of book is a domestic drama that’s grounded in reality yet slightly unhinged.”
Janet Frame was saved from undergoing a lobotomy when a book of her stories won a local literary prize.
In the eyes of Patrick White’s two refugee children, most Australians are horrible and very few are kind.
The National Institute of Mental Health has distanced itself from the “D.S.M.,” the so-called bible of psychiatry, the fifth edition of which is published this week.
Amid entanglements between Russia and young Americans, a first novel explores the sense of betrayal in the loss of family and friends.
Walter Mosley is never better than when he’s got a juicy cut of history to chew on — this time the late ’60s.
William Dalrymple seeks contemporary lessons in Britain’s disastrous 19th-century invasion of Afghanistan.