The Jewish girl who became famous for her diary, published after the war ended, likely died in February 1945, not March, researchers now believe.
New in books by Seattle authors: a J.A. Jance Ali Reynolds mystery, the Art of War visualized, and two pioneering female architects.
In her new e-book, author Litsa Dremousis uses her personal experience to examine the risk-taking behavior inherent to mountaineering.
NEW YORK (AP) — Sjohnna McCray, a prize-winning poet whose work has appeared in numerous journals, has won the Walt Whitman Award for best first book. McCray's honor was announced Monday by the Academy of American Poets. McCray will receive $5,000 and a six-week residency at an artists' foundation in Umbria, Italy. The manuscript for...
“The Girl on the Train” still leading fiction best-sellers.
“Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania” tops regional nonfiction book sales list.
in “The Buried Giant,” virtuoso British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro tells a supernatural tale of Britain after the death of King Arthur. Ishiguro appears March 30 at the Seattle Public Library.
“Crow Fair,” Montana writer Thomas McGuane’s new collection of 17 short stories, showcases the work of a master of the form. McGuane appears April 1 at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Book Co.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning book by an oncologist/physician was a moving, readable work about a tough subject; the Ken Burns-produced documentary, airing March 30-April 1 on public TV, is equally worth your time.
Preston Lauterbach’s new book “Beale Street Dynasty” chronicles the history of a Memphis neighborhood whose rich multiracial culture helped birth both blues and rock ’n’ roll.