Earth’s nearest neighbor is the setting for Andy Weir’s latest novel.
In another legal thriller, Grisham tackles fresh territory: student-loan debt and the sharks that profit from it.
In “The Trapped Girl,” Seattle author Robert Dugoni’s latest thriller, Seattle detective Tracy Crosswhite investigates the death of a young woman and finds she had...
In M.J. Rose’s “The Secret Language of Stones,” a woman tries to help a bereaved mother reconnect with her son in World War I-era Paris.
“The Fifty-Year Mission,” a satisfying, complete and uncensored oral history of “Star Trek," covers the first 25 years of the original series’ franchise.
In his new comic novel “Bucky “F*cking Dent”, “X-Files” actor David Duchovny writes about a father and son estranged, then united, by baseball.
Joe Urschel’s nonfiction book “The Year of Fear: Machine Gun Kelly and the Manhunt That Changed the Nation” chronicles pivotal events of 1933 in America,...
In Hester Young’s debut novel “The Gates of Evangeline,” a journalist grieving the loss of her own son agrees to write about a four-decades-old mystery...
"The Leviathan Effect" (Soho), by James Lilliefors
"Insane City" (Putnam), by Dave Barry