Molly is every woman who’s juggled an infant, a 4-year-old, a full-time job and a husband who travels. Her days are exhausting, tedious, mind-numbing, and terror-filled.
Margaret Atwood's "The Testaments," which begins 15 years after the "The Handmaid's Tale" leaves off, is a wild ride, taking readers beyond the walls of the fictional Gilead.
In this new series, as she has done in her previous novels, Locke skillfully packs "Heaven, My Home" with realistic and, at times, uncomfortable situations as she depicts complicated characters.
Deborah Levy's haunting and effective novel "The Man Who Saw Everything" is like a beautiful shattered mirror. The reader (and Saul) have the impossible task of putting together that mirror in the second half.
The death of a former police officer leads Harry Bosch and Renee Ballard to solve a cold case in Connelly's latest dive into the world of the Los Angeles Police Department.
At 35, she’s married to a kind and crazy-handsome judge, has adopted his sweet teen daughter and lives in a tony Long Island neighborhood.
"Letters from Hollywood: Inside the Private World of Classic American Moviemaking," published by Abrams, compiled and edited by Rocky Lang and Barbara Hall.
Whether your child is yet-to-be-born, a teenager or somewhere in between, "How to Raise a Reader" has some tips and a whole lot of book recommendations for you.
In “Iced in Paradise,” award winning Naomi Hirahara focuses on the multicultural Santiago family, who love each other, sometimes irritate each other, but always unconditionally support each other.