"The Black Box" by Michael Connelly tops the list of U.S Publishers Weekly bestsellers, says a report by Reuters. Check out the top 10 Hardcover Fiction and non fiction
After JK Rowling's recent book The Casual Vacation received a strong sales start, Jamie Oliver's Recipe Book has taken over the book to top Christmas sales this year.
A new book on Whitney Houston by her producer Narada Michael Walden tells the story of the pop diva's rise to stardom and her musical journey.
Peter Jackson Defends Decision of Splitting JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit Into Three Parts: It Works As A Trilogy
Peter Jackson defends his decision to split JRR Tolkien's fantasy novel "The Hobbit" into three long movies after Warner Bros issued a statement denying allegations of nausea induced by high frame rate.
Angela Carter was named the best ever winner of the James Tait Black award for her novel Nights At The Circus.
Fifty Shades of Grey' author EL James takes home National Book award with the novel winning popular fiction book award.
Oprah Winfrey Compares Ayana Mathis, the author of "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie" to Toni Morrison: Novel To Be Included in Oprah's Book Club
Author Ayana Mathis' "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie" is the newest addition to Oprah Winfrey's book club, now known as Oprah's Book Club 2.0.
The first American book ever to be published, "Bay Psalm Book" is all set to be sold of $20 Million At Old South Church, Boston
New York Times bestselling author Ernie Cline signs on a new book deal and the book has been titled "Armada". Details of the deal have not yet been revealed.
"Hunger Games" author Suzanne Collins will release her first new novel in three years, "Year of the Jungle," in 2013, Scholastic publishing said in a statement.
Amanda Knox Book Will Unveil 'Full and Unflinching' Details of Murder Trial, Memoir Release Date April 2013
Amanda Knox's memoir finally has a release date, title, and cover after being cleared of murder more than a year ago.
While the most bestselling books this year had us in chains and/or tears, Gillian Flynn's novel "Gone Girl" has cut her own path to success, striking away from the scores of "Fifty Shades of Grey" imitators.
Dolly Parton Shoots Down Nickname 'Double D,' Calls Herself 'Motivational Speaker' With 'Dream More' Memoir
Dolly Parton is back in headlines with shooting down a nickname that is based on her chest area.
'Elsewhere' by Richard Russo: Pulitzer Prize Winning Fiction Author Pens Memoir of Small Town Life, Mother's Mental Illness
Author Richard Russo has reflected on his life and small town upbringing through his award winning fiction for the last 26 years. In his new book "Elsewhere," though, all ciphers are thrown out the window. This is Russo unvarnished.
Just how accurate is the film's portrayal of the greatest man to wear a stovepipe hat?