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With one of the busiest shopping weeks of the year ahead of us, here are some great recommendations, for a variety of literary tastes. "The...

Primates of Park Avenue by Wednesday Martin When Wednesday Martin moves with her husband and toddler to Manhattan's Upper East Side, she experiences cultural shock. It...

Here are three books about education, debunking the prevailing wisdom about college choice, examining social trends impacting academic success, and the science behind childhood...

'The Dinner' by Herman Koch The narration of Herman Koch's very unusual story takes place entirely during the courses of a dinner at a high-end restaurant...

'Beautiful Day' by Elin Hilderbrand Every girl dreams of a picture-perfect wedding day, as does Jenna Carmichael, the bride in Elin Hilderbrand's most recent novel "Beautiful...

March by Geraldine Brooks Review by Donna DeLeo Bruno For those who enjoyed reading about the March girls: Jo, Meg, Beth, Amy and their mother Marmee in...

Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult     "Leaving Time," the most recent novel by bestselling author Jodi Picoult, will require of the reader what Samuel Taylor Coleridge...

Jerry Lee Lewis: His Own Story by Rick Bragg Wow, what a story! What a life!  Crazy. Wild. Frenzied. Dangerous.  On-the-edge. Raucous. These adjectives do not...

The House Girl by Tara Conklin Two remarkable heroines separated by a century: Josephine, a mulatto slave of a Southern plantation owner in the mid 1850's...

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr A great book — compelling, engrossing, and suspenseful that is presently in competition for The National Book...