In Gish Jen's brilliant futuristic novel "The Resisters," baseball serves as the antidote in a world where everyone is being watched.
Authors appearing on LI, week of Feb. 17
Meet Richard Panchyk, who wrote "Hidden History of Long Island," and more authors at book talks and signings on Long Island this week.
Bestsellers for the week ending Feb. 8
Publishers Weekly’s U.S. list powered by NPD BookScan for the week ending Feb. 8. HARDCOVERFICTION1. GOLDEN IN DEATH, by J.D. ...
'Consider This': Chuck Palahniuk's life of words
In Chuck Palahniuk's lively memoir "Consider This," the "Fight Club author recounts his adventures and misadventures in the publishing world.
'The Truants': Kate Weinberg's classy debut
Kate Weinberg's stellar first novel "The Truants" follows a successful writer teaching at a small college and the student who idolizes her.
Authors appearing on LI, week of Feb. 10
Meet Broadway producer Richie Jackson, Floral Park's Laurie Boyle Crompton and more author at book talks and signings on Long Island this week.
Bestsellers for the week ending Feb. 1
Publishers Weekly’s U.S. list powered by NPD BookScan for the week ending Feb. 1. HARDCOVERFICTION1. AMERICAN DIRT (Oprah’s Book Club), ...
'The Other Mrs.': Suspense, suspicion on an island
Suspicions, suspense and surprises are in store in Mary Kubica's thriller "The Other Mrs." about a family living on a remote island in Maine.
'American Dirt': Does it live up to the hype?
Jeanine Cummins' "American Dirt" book about Mexican immigrants arrives on a wave of controversy. But no on can deny it's a powerful story of survival.
'The Other People': Deliciously creepy thriller
In C.J. Tudor's thriller "The Other People," a man may have to pay a price for help in finding his missing daughter.
'Phantom Lady': Bio of the woman behind Hitchcock
Christina Lane's bio "Phantom Lady" shines a light on Joan Harrison, a screenwriter for Alfred Hitchcock and the first female producer at a major studio.