“Lincoln in the Bardo” takes its inspiration from a heartbreaking fact: the death, at age 11, of Abraham Lincoln’s son Willie.
Elinor Lipman’s latest novel is a wry, warm tale of romance and mystery with a colorful family thrown in.
“The Hidden Life of Trees” top NW best-seller nonfiction
Emily Fridlund’s atmospheric “History of Wolves” tells the story of a Minnesota misfit who finds common ground with a neighboring family. Then things get complicated....
Writers coming through include David Duchovny, Elinor Lipman and Roxane Gay.
Rankin’s most famous character is long retired but still prowls the dark corners of Edinburgh.
An interview with author George Saunders, whose highly anticipated first novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo,” is a heartbreaking tale centering on President Lincoln’s grief over...
Crime fiction is alive and well (though these fictional victims aren’t) in the U.K., with three strong new books.
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Wilder’s birth, the beloved “Little House” books are being rereleased in new editions.
Donna Seaman’s group biography “Identity Unknown” paints lively and overdue portraits of seven underappreciated American female artists.