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In a best-selling campaign memoir, "Hacks," the Democratic operative and former party chair reveals she never trusted the polls. [Read More]
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Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden has written a memoir as far-ranging as he is, "What Does This Button Do?" [Read More]
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As the star's personal photographer, Afshin Shahidi took everything from concert footage to passport photos. "Prince: A Private View" is on the best-seller list. [Read More]
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Bella Andre, who began her fiction career with a series about wilderness firefighters, had to evacuate her wine country house as the flames drew near. [Read More]
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In "Beyond the Messy Truth," new on the nonfiction best-seller list, the CNN commentator blames an elitist system for the state of the country. [Read More]
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Eric Metaxas, whose "Martin Luther" is a best seller, responded to the Las Vegas shooting by reiterating his own belief in God. [Read More]
Satya Nadella's memoir, "Hit Refresh," enters the hardcover nonfiction list at No. 5. [Read More]
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In "The Autobiography of Gucci Mane," the Atlanta rapper details how exercise and books helped him improve himself behind bars. [Read More]
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The NBC reporter, who has a best-selling campaign book with "Unbelievable," says that the president's scorn has "revitalized the fourth estate." [Read More]
In her best-selling new memoir, "Coming to My Senses," the chef recommends a French mountain cheese and homemade sauerkraut for a childhood staple. [Read More]
"The Store," at No. 4 after three weeks on the hardcover fiction list, features a married couple at war with a dominant online retailer. [Read More]
In Emily Culliton's entertaining debut, "The Misfortune of Marion Palm," the antiheroine makes off with a bundle of other people's money. [Read More]
Robert Wright, whose book "Why Buddhism Is True" is a best seller, has been a spiritual seeker for a long time. [Read More]
Jeff Flake's "Conscience of a Conservative" pays homage to Barry Goldwater, whose 1960 book of the same title was a best seller for 31 weeks. [Read More]
Our Book Review's poetry editor asked poets to let us in on their creative process. Some shared their drafts — full of edits, notes and... [Read More]
The crime writer Elizabeth Peters (a.k.a. Barbara Mertz) died in 2013. But her friend and fellow novelist Joan Hess has completed her last manuscript. [Read More]
Collections of poetry are in short supply on the hardcover lists these days. But it wasn't always thus, as Edna St. Vincent Millay once proved. [Read More]
"Down a Dark Road" is the ninth book in Linda Castillo's series. "I love the juxtaposition of such a bucolic setting and the introduction of... [Read More]
The veteran romance writer Julie Garwood turns to computer crime in her latest novel, "Wired," new on the hardcover fiction list at No. 7. [Read More]
Neal Stephenson and the novelist Nicole Galland have teamed up on a fantasy story, "The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.," at No. 11 in hardcover... [Read More]
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