Publishers Weekly’s U.S. list powered by NPD BookScan for the week ending May 16. HARDCOVERFICTION1. CAMINO WINDS, by John Grisham ...
'In the Land of Men': Memoir of a magazine editor
Adrienne Miller deals with the boorish males of the magazine world and her romantic with writer David Foster Wallace in her memoir "In the Land of Men."
Michelle Obama joined by Barack for online reading series
Michelle Obama has been reading midday Monday for the past several weeks in support of families with small children at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bestsellers for the week ending May 9
Publishers Weekly’s U.S. list powered by NPD BookScan for the week ending May 9.HARDCOVERFICTION1. CAMINO WINDS, by John Grisham (Doubleday)2. ...
'The Last Trial': A winning verdict for Scott Turow
Scott Turow proves that he's still the master of the legal thriller with his latest "The Last Trial."
'More Than Love': Tender portrait of Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood's daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner recalls her loving and sometimes complex relationship with her mother in "More Than Love."
'Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir': Humble Yankee
Newspaper columns written by baseball great Lou Gehrig have been compiled, along with a biography, in "Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir."
'Big Summer' author Jennifer Weiner talks book, career and more
Join Newsday and Long Island LitFest for Q&A with the New York Times best-selling author.
'The Women With Silver Wings': Top-flight history
Nancy Love and Jackie Cochran, two aviators who trained on Long Island, are at the center of the superb book "The Women With Silver Wings."
'Big Summer': Breezy romp about not so good friends
In the delightful "Big Summer," Jennifer Weiner looks at life, friendship and our obsession with social media.
'The Absolution': Middling Iceland thriller
A child psychologist and a cop are on the trailer of a killer in Yrsa Sigurdardóttir's "The Absolution."