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At age 96, Herman Wouk is ready for a fresh start. The author of "The Caine Mutiny," ''The Winds of War" and other classics has a new novel and has switched publishers after decades with Little, Brown and Co.
Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin (Penguin, $15)...What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell (Back Bay/Little Brown, $16.99)...It's Me, Chelsea by Chelsea Handler (Simon Spotlight Entertainment, $16)...Holidays on Ice by David
A David Foster Wallace novel set in an Internal Revenue Service office in Illinois will be issued posthumously next April 15, Tax Day. "The Pale King" was unfinished when the author committed suicide two years ago at age 46. It
August 11, 2010 It makes perfect sense that Pete Hamill , 75 years old, chronicler of vintage New York City and newspaper tabloids and boozy Greenwich Village literary haunts, prefers print books to electronic...Conrad/The New York Times Pete Hamill'
On Science and Religion" Herman Wouk (Little, Brown and Co.) Continued Below Herman Wouk makes a compelling argument against the existence of God, although that may not have been his intent. In "The Language God Talks," the Pulitzer Prize winner
Roboticist Daniel Wilson, author of How To Survive A Robot Uprising , is penning a robot novel that just got optioned by Steven Spielberg...Word is that Spielberg may direct the film , and certainly will produce it. Cloverfield screenwriter Drew
Author Tells Of A 90s Cuba Whether at the beach, poolside, or on a city rooftop, summer is a great chance to grab a cool drink and relax with a good book. That's why throughout the hottest months Tell Me More has been recommending great reads...
Bob Hoover's Book Club" is available exclusively at PG+ , a members-only web site of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Like most authors, James Patterson started out with one book, released in 1976, that he struggled to get published. It sold about 10,000 copies, a modest, if respectable, showing for a first novel. Last year, an estimated 14 million copies of his
Renowned painter Robert Oliver pulls a knife and attacks a painting in the Impressionist collection at the National Gallery of Art. He tells psychiatrist Andrew Marlow, "I did it for her," and then falls silent for nearly a year...Marlow's search