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A husband’s past troubles the parents of twin girls in Shari Lapena’s “The End of Her,” which debuts on our latest combined print and e-book fiction best-seller list.
What degree of health constitutes a life worth living? And other unanswerable questions from Karolina Waclawiak's latest novel.
Two new books recount experiences during World War II from unusual perspectives
From our archives, 12/7/1938: Bette Davis's husband files for divorce, saying she reads too much
Internet Archive is ending its program of offering free, unrestricted copies of e-books because of a lawsuit from publishers, which said lending out books without compensation for authors or publishing houses was “willful mass copyright infringement”
Breaking: Barnes and Noble has been acquired by the hedge fund Elliott Advisors for $638 million. It caps months of speculation over the future of the bookstore, which has been struggling to make a profit. Our story:
George Steiner, the essayist, fiction writer, teacher, scholar and literary critic, has died at 90: