Something about fall demands a new stack of books. Maybe it’s that infectious back-to-school energy. We rounded up some of the season’s best reads, from urgent nonfiction about sexual abuse and toxic to
Julian Fellowes spent three years figuring out how to kill Sybil, but he killed Matthew quickly. Those who don’t know Matthew and Sybil and how they met their ends are not those whom Lord Fellowes, a member
This book presents an entertaining explanation and analysis of the science portrayed in the fictional television series, Breaking Bad, from bottle-exploding home-brewed beer to the manufacture of crystal
Dan Reed’s two-part Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland took home a Creative Arts Emmy today for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special. The documentary was also nominated for Outstanding
In 1939, Newhall Follett walked out of the apartment she shared with her husband, Nick. She left no note and took only a few dollars This is a tale of presence and absence. A mystery, a fantasy. It begins
In search of something good to read? USA TODAY's Barbara VanDenburgh scopes out the shelves for this week’s hottest new book releases. 1. “Red at the Bone,” by Jacqueline Woodson (Riverhead, fiction, sale
Jean Edward Smith, a scholar who was one of the most admired biographers of his time, the author of smoothly written accounts of several presidents, including Ulysses S. Grant, Franklin D. Roosevelt and
HBO’s Game of Prequels has already taken a few twists and turns as the field that began with five Game of Thrones precursor series in development has been whittled down to the few strongest contenders.