Despite its misleading title, “The Lost Gutenberg” is a fascinating read for anyone who cares about books. The bibliobiography’s subject is the Gutenberg Bible known as Number 45, which was published in 1456...
It was a scene that struck Jones, and resonated with her. She’d been trying for some time to find the shape of her upcoming fourth novel, in which she wanted to explore questions of racism and wrongful incarceration.
Jennifer Traig’s curiosity about the history of child rearing, how kids grow up in other cultures and why modern Americans parents do what they do led her to write “Act Natural.”
“Jillian” author Halle Butler, a Granta best young American novelist, offers a darkly comic view of contemporary life in the highly readable “The New Me,” about a Chicago temp with a good education and a bad attitude.
“The Queen” is Josh Levin’s nonfiction portrait of grifter Linda Taylor, a little remembered Chicagoan who loomed large in 1970s and ’80s discussions of welfare fraud.
“Howard Stern Comes Again” is proof that radio’s bad boy has finally reached adulthood. The King of All Media rose to the top of his field by triggering fights, recruiting unstable regulars and poking at guests.
With an unpredictable ending and evidence that this is the start of a series, definitely check out "One Small Sacrifice."
The stories, perhaps best read in small doses, contain wisdom, humor and warning. “The Woman Who Thought Her Mirror Was Broken” comes to terms with a divorce and other midlife changes
“The Sentence Is Death” is Horowitz’s fast-paced, lively sequel to “The Word Is Murder.” In both mysteries, he mashes up fact and fiction, telling the story through a character based closely on himself.
Stefano Zecchi, Milan’s Former Minister of Culture, renowned writer, journalist and university professor, underlined that Hadeeth Al Thakira, written by His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, has enabled the world to look at Emirati and Arab history from an angle that will change the perception of many countries towards Arab nations.