Go up, up, and away into the far reaches of the universe.
These aren't your average mystery novels.
Celebrate our favorite season in the best way possible: curled up in a reading chair.
Cornwall calling! Indulge your Poldark fever with sweeping historical fiction novels.
Consider your post-Agatha Christie slump solved.
Here's what you've been reading (and loving!) under the sun.
Julianne Moore and Ken Watanabe star in the adaptation of Ann Patchett's novel based on the Lima hostage crisis.
The 1967 piece on San Francisco hippies is included in the critically-acclaimed collection of the same name.
Here's what to read when you're missing Jamie and Claire.
Partly inspired by his father's secret past, author Patrick Gale has written a powerful, multi-generational gay love story for the small screen.
The debonair sleuth charms everyone who comes his way—including generations of mystery readers.
A book published by the Anne Frank House profiles the Secret Annex—the Frank family's two-year hideout—and the famous diarist's life inside.
In The English Teacher, a dark secret drives a wedge between Vida Avery and her new family.
Throughout her career, the author of The Heart is a Lonely Hunter showed a deep empathy for, and understanding of, the outsider.
The New York Times bestselling author is behind some of the most beloved family sagas, in addition to sword and sorcery tales.
Joyce Maynard's 1972 essay captured life in 1960s America—and the attention of one of the world's most enigmatic icons.
As a cover designer for Doubleday Anchor, the famed illustrator played a part in the roll-out of the "trade paperback."