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From BBQ to fermenting cheese to brewing beer, the influential food journalist attempts to master a wide range of recipes in his new nonfiction experiment, Cooked.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The celebrated author tackles race and culture in Nigeria, the United States, and England in her latest novel, Americanah, told through the eyes of young lovers.
The Raven Girl longs to escape the constraints of her human body in this dark fairy tale, written and illustrated by the author of The Time Traveler's Wife.
The acclaimed novelist pauses her Jackson Brodie series to pen the historical opus Life After Life, about a woman who relives the havoc of World War II again and again.
Gross-out subjects become fascinating in the hands of this popular science writer, whose latest nonfiction romp goes down the hatch in Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal.
The Pulitzer winner for Olive Kitteridge returns to small-town Maine in her new novel, The Burgess Boys, about a family indelibly changed by tragedy.
A professor endangers life and limb as he doggedly searches for his vanished lover in Six Years, the latest stand-alone thriller from the best-selling master of suspense.
The celebrated author discusses the intersection between autobiography and fiction in See Now Then, her new novel about marriage, love, and hate.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh emerges from her famous husband's shadow in The Aviator's Wife, a historical novel that covers her many triumphs and shockingly tragic life.
The noted American stylist finds the humor in some of modern life's most horrifying corners in his latest collection of short stories, Tenth of December.
The historical novelist known for Girl with the Pearl Earring sets her newest, The Last Runaway, in 1850 Ohio, where a Quaker woman helps run the Underground Railroad.
The fantasy author takes up the late Robert Jordan's mantle in A Memory of Light, the final book in the epic Wheel of Time series, which has spanned 23 years.
The Goodreads Choice Award winner for Best Historical Fiction sets her heartbreaker of a novel, The Light Between Oceans, on a remote island off Australia.
The self-professed introvert advocates for awareness and change in a hyper-extroverted world through her best-seller, Quiet, winner of the Choice Award for Best Nonfiction.
The "Nerdfighting" Choice Award winner for Best Young Adult Fiction divulges his inspiration for the inspiring novel The Fault in Our Stars, about kids fighting cancer.
The literary institution paints a vivid tableau of wildly diverse Miami characters in his latest opus, Back to Blood, about a police officer thrust into the limelight.
Karen Marie Moning
The urban fantasy queen begins a new trilogy with Iced, a paranormal adventure filled with lethal faeries run amok and set in the world of her best-selling Fever series.
In his first memoir, Elsewhere, the novelist writes about how his vivacious but volatile mother and his small hometown of Gloversville have shaped his career.
Before The Hunger Games, there was The Giver. Nearly 20 years after it began, Lowry caps off her landmark dystopian series for young readers with a final book, Son.
The gothic novelist spins a family mystery over half a century in The Secret Keeper, in which a daughter uncovers her mother's early years during the London Blitz.
Humming with jazz and soul, an indie used-vinyl record store faces its fate in Telegraph Avenue, the latest novel from the Pulitzer winner and Berkeley resident.
The acclaimed author of White Teeth again taps into London's pell-mell rhythm in her new tragi-comic novel, NW, told in the city's multicultural vernacular.
The geek hero who gave us the The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao returns with a new collection of linked stories, This Is How You Lose Her.
The British satirist sharpens his pen in a new absurdist novel, Lionel Asbo: State of England, about a hardened thug who wins an obscene amount of money in the lottery.
A long-dead warrior returns to prevent the destruction foretold by a 2012 prophecy in Time Untime, the latest paranormal romance in the best-selling Dark-Hunter series.
To the chagrin of his family, an aging drummer from a one-hit-wonder band refuses life-saving surgery in Tropper's latest novel, One Last Thing Before I Go.
An adopted teen turns up unannounced on her birth mother's doorstep in Where We Belong, the latest novel from the blockbuster author of Something Borrowed.
A novel of athletic and emotional extremes, Gold pits two close friends and cyclists against each other as they race for the chance to compete in the 2012 London Olympics.
Visit another world with just the flick of a switch! The fantasy wizard Terry Pratchett and science fiction expert Stephen Baxter team up for The Long Earth, a novel about infinite migration across worlds.
A family coalesces for a tense holiday in the English countryside in The Red House, the latest by the acclaimed author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.