”The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” continues to dominate nonfiction book sales.
What’s selling at Queen Anne Book Company.
Readers were eager to share their Little Free Library stories and photos with us, it turns out, with one fan getting in touch from Yakima. Also: Island Books has new owner; “The Cartel” goes from book to screen.
In “Spirals in Time,” English marine biologist Helen Scales delivers a worldwide survey and history of seashells, as well as a warning of the havoc human predation and global warming are wreaking on these age-old denizens of the sea.
Christian Kracht’s novel “Imperium” tells the story of a vegetarian nudist with control-freak tendencies who tries to found a commune in German New Guinea in the early 20th century. Complications ensue.
In Martin Clark’s richly drawn thriller “The Jezebel Remedy,” a husband-and-wife legal team in rural Virginia experience unforeseen complications when one of their clients dies in a home explosion.
NEW YORK (AP) — A year before F. Scott Fitzgerald died of a heart attack, he completed a short story about a hard-drinking writer diagnosed with cardiac disease. "And as for that current dodge 'No reference to any living character is intended' — no use even trying that," Fitzgerald warns at the start of "Temperature,"...
Seattle-area author Deb Caletti’s new novel, “The Secrets She Keeps,” traces the lives of two women, aunt and niece, as they revive their familial bonds on a Nevada “ranch.” Caletti reads Friday, July 31, at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park.
Seattle editors and writers will discuss “Stories for Chip,” a new collection honoring science-fiction author Samuel Delaney, Tuesday, Aug. 4, at the University Book Store.
Tyler’s “A Spool of Blue Thread” and Lalami’s “The Moor’s Account” are among 13 titles on the list.