Deborah Levy's "The Man Who Saw Everything" is a beautifully crafted story of how an accident changes the life of a man and those around him.
'The Andromeda Evolution': Channeling Crichton
"The Andromeda Evolution" by Daniel H. Wilson is an intriguing if somewhat improbable sequel to Michael Crichton's "The Andromeda Strain."
'The Night Fire': A crackling Harry Bosch mystery
Michael Connelly keeps up the high standards of the Harry Bosch series with his latest entry "The Night Fire."
'The Siberian Dilemma': Disappointing thriller
Moscow detective Arkady Renko of "Gorky Park" returns in Martin Cruz Smith's "The Siberian Dilemma," a diverting if disappointing thriller.
Christian Blauvelt talks about 'Cinematic Cities'
From "On the Town" to "Breakfast at Tiffany's," Christian Blauvelt looks at the hundreds of movie shot in New York in his book "Turner Classic Movies Cinematic Cities: New York."
Julie Andrews and daughter coming to Bay Street
Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emaa Walton Hamilton, will be at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Sunday to sign copies of their memoir "Home Work."
Bestsellers for the week ending Nov. 2
HARDCOVERFICTION1. BLUE MOON, by Lee Child (Delacorte)2. THE GUARDIANS, by John Grisham (Doubleday)3. THE NIGHT FIRE, by Michael Connelly (Little, ...
'All This Could Be Yours': Rich black comedy
No one seems sorry to see dear old Dad kick off in Jamie Attenberg's hilarious "All This Could Be Yours," her seventh novel and easily her best.
Carey memoir to be published thanks to TV's Cohen
Cohen's self-named imprint will launch in 2020 and will feature three nonfiction works by women.
Oprah picks 'Olive, Again' for her next book club read
Strout's book is Winfrey's second selection for her new partnership with Apple.
Authors appearing on Long Island, week of Nov. 11
Fox News' Brian Kilmeade, chef Lidia Bastianich and other authors will be appearing in person at Long Island venues this week.