“Juror #3” by James Patterson and Nancy Allen tops fiction best-sellers list, Bob Woodward’s new Trump book is No. 1 for non-fiction.
Ever since Donald Trump thrust himself into our national political life, those opposed to him have tended to nevertheless mimic the man.
There is lots of fun stuff to do in Chicago this weekend including a lit crawl; LGBTQ film fest and after-hours at the MSI.
Winnie-the-Pooh, that silly old bear, is the star of a new exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
Bob Woodward’s “Fear” is already a million-seller.
BOOK REVIEW: J.K. Rowling’s wizardry is on display in “Lethal White,” the fourth book in her series written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
St. Martin’s is calling the book a candid account of his career and defense of the FBI’s independence.
New York mega-publisher Alfred A. Knopf announced Tuesday it will publish a book in 2020 by the man who will soon be the former mayor of Chicago.
BOOK REVIEW: “The Black and the Blue,” by an African-American officer with 28 years on the job, presents an often-wrenching take on cops and race.
BOOK REVIEW: In “Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind,” Reed Farrel Coleman moves to make the series about Massachusetts police Chief Jesse Stone his own.
The duchess wrote that the community kitchen “is a place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together.”
Bud Gillespie’s teenage journey with friends Kurt Vonnegut and George Jeffrey “was pretty formative for Vonnegut,” biographer Ginger Strand says.
BOOK REVIEW: Gary Shteyngart sends a hedge-fund manager across America by bus in his novel ‘Lake Success.’ Definitely worth a read. With excerpt link.
J.D. Robb’s “Leverage in Death” is new No. 1 on Publishers Weekly fiction bestsellers list, Rachel Hollis’ “Girl, Wash Your Face” tops for nonfiction.
Ten percent of each show’s ticket sales will be donated to local charities, schools and community groups in each city.