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io9: Anthony Bourdain's dystopian graphic novel... →
comicsispeople: “Joel Rose, Anthony Bourdain, and artist Langdon Foss’ dystopian foodie gangland book Get Jiro!, which sees a sushi chef caught in the crosshairs of two rival gustatory gangs”
Fantastic review of Marcus Samuelsson's Yes, Chef... →
Robert Zorn, author of Cemetery John, talks to Anthony Mason on CBS Sunday Morning.
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Susan Cain, NY Times Bestselling Author of QUIET,... →
Shooting Victoria: early release
shootingvictoria: Although copies won’t be hitting the bookstore shelves until July 15, Shooting Victoria has begun to make its way in the world. Amazon.com jumped the gun over last weekend and has shipped out its pre-orders. Among the very very first readers of the book: Mary Van Doren, and Randy Holmes. Paul Thomas Murphy’s SHOOTING VICTORIA is causing Madness and Mayhem already!
Looking for a sweet summer read?
Curl up with a plate of macaroons and your favorite brew, and dive into Hannah Tunnicliffe’s THE COLOR OF TEA!
3 of the best summer 2012 novels - “Absolution,”... →
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The Night Circus is a 2012 Locus Award Winner! →
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"You learn more from the book than I did as...
`Last Kind Words' showcases character over crime →
Robert Zorn's Cemetery John is on sale today!
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At the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Kirkus on Buddhaland Brooklyn by @RichardCMorais
“A gentle Buddhist priest from Japan is given the task of building a temple in the Little Calabria section of Brooklyn, and the results are both calamitous and sweet. Morais writes with sensitivity and insight about the many ways American life challenges the Reverend Oda’s equanimity.”
Malla Nunn's Blessed are the Dead one of PW's Best... →
mulhollandbooks: Mark Billingham’s “Thorne” hits Encore tonight, starring David Morrissey (“The Walking Dead,” Centurion, State of Play) is joined by Natascha McElhone (“Californication”), Aidan Gillen (“The Wire”) and Eddie Marsan (Sherlock Holmes). Watch the trailer.