New York Times Best Sellers
A list of the 1990s best selling books. For the first time children's books led the way with J.K. Rowling stealing the best seller top spot. Only John Grisham and Stephen King could compete.
Aloysius Xingu Leng Pendergast, famed New Orleans F.B. I. Special Agent, oftentimes on assignment in New York, is a complicated man. Is he coming to television sometime soon? I fervently hope so!
A list of the Top 10 best selling fiction books of the 1950s. Books which influenced many of the most watched movies of the 1950s and 1960s.
Amy Poehler of Saturday Night Life and Parks and Recreation fame released her first book in 2014. Unfortunately, her humor doesn't translate well to print, and the book as a whole is disappointing.
A meditation on memory, time, and choice.
Buried in the woods of Cornwall is the Lake House, frozen the day when a little boy disappeared. Detective Sadie contacts the aged mystery-novel author who lived there to find the missing baby.
"The Dinner" and" Defending Jacob" are two novels, written by two different authors, with similar themes running through them that present moral dilemmas that will shock and awe you at the end.
Shopgirl is a bestselling novel by Steve Martin published in 2000. Despite its intricate themes of isolation and the search for connection, the novella falls flat when it comes to its end.
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford, is fiction at its best, but you find yourself thinking that it could be true. When the Panama Hotel in Seattle, an actual hotel which catered to Japanese families...
Robert Langdon is Dan's Brown reluctant hero. In the Da Vinci Code, he must decipher various riddles to unlock an "faith-changing secret while being pursued. How did he do it? Let's take a look at him.
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