Dan Brown's "Inferno" grabs number one spot on U.S. best-sellers list in the first week of its release.
Author Claire Messud talks about her new novel and how the protagonist in her book is different from other women protagonists.
Publishers Weekly's Bestseller List: Charlaine Harris "Dead Ever After: A Sookie Stackhouse" Takes Top Position
Charlaine Harris "Dead Ever After: A Sookie Stackhouse" grabbed poll position on this week's Publishers Weekly's Bestseller List.
Author Neil Gainman has turned the graduation speech about "good art" he gave at Philadelphia's University of the Arts into his latest novel.
Amazon has announced the introduction of Amazon coins that Kindle Fire customers can use to purchase games, apps and in-apps items for their devices.
Even before its release, bestsellers predicted that Dan Brown's new novel "Inferno" will be this year's top-selling novel.
A rare collection of books including Charles Dickens works will be auctioned in Edinburgh this and is expected to fetch as much as $353,000.
Elizabeth Strout's "The Burgess Boys" takes top position again on NPR's Bestsellers' list for the first week since its release.
Hacker Guccifer leaked the first 50 pages of author Candace Bushnell's new novel "Killing Monica."
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David Baldacci's new novel, "The Hit", soared to the top of the Publisher Weekly's Bestseller List. This is Baldacci's 26th book. The author has always been one of the most popular writers in the States. Last year, his novel "The Innocent" also made it to the top of many bestsellers lists.