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Nov 11 2012: Philip Roth confirms no further novels
Nov 08 2012: World Book Night announces titles and opens applications for would be givers
Nov 07 2012: Book Expo America offers expanded access to the public
Nov 07 2012: European Union will accept an offer from Apple & four publishers to end antitrust probe
Oct 29 2012: Amazon and Arizona reach sales tax settlement
Oct 29 2012: Random House & Penguin Sign Merger Agreement, Scuttling a News Corp offer to buy Penguin
Oct 26 2012: Cultural critic, Jacques Barzun dies aged 104
Oct 26 2012: More information on the possible Random House, Penguin merger
Oct 26 2012: Amazon posts third quarter loss, bigger than expected
Oct 25 2012: Penguin and Random House in merger talks
Oct 23 2012: Over half of 16 to 29 year olds use their local public library
Oct 18 2012: Newsweek to end its print edition after 80 years
Oct 18 2012: Man Group dropping sponsorship of Asian Literary Prize
Oct 16 2012: Johnny Depp and HarperCollins partnering to publish books
Oct 16 2012: Hilary Mantel wins 2012 Man Booker Prize for the second time
Oct 11 2012: Judge says Google scanning is fair use
Oct 11 2012: Chinese author Mo Yan wins Nobel Prize
Oct 11 2012: BookShout allows its users to legally import e-book purchases into Bookshout, free of charge, no matter where purchased
Oct 11 2012: RIP Eric Lomax, River Kwai prisoner who forgave his torturer, and recorded his experience in "Railway Man"
Oct 10 2012: Future of Canadian Booksellers Association in the balance
Oct 10 2012: National Book Award finalists announced
Oct 09 2012: Writer Nguyen Chi Thien, Vietnamese dissident writer who spent 30 years in prison, dies aged 73
Oct 09 2012: Woman's Prize for Fiction (formerly Orange Prize) to be privately funded in 2013
Oct 05 2012: Microsoft and Barnes & Noble seal agreement
Oct 04 2012: Publishers and Google reach settlement after seven year lawsuit
Oct 02 2012: Junot Dias and Dinaw Mengestu among the 22 recipients of this year's MacArthur grants worth $500,000 each
Oct 01 2012: Amazon ships Kindle Paperwhite
Oct 01 2012: A Dozen Fantastic Fiction Recommendations for October
Oct 01 2012: Banned Books Week "celebrates" 30th Year!
Oct 01 2012: Five finalists of the 2012 Scotiabank Giller Prize announced
And the Mountains Echoed
Khaled Hosseini has written a new novel about how we love, how we take care of one another, and how the choices we make resonate through generations
The remarkable diary of a young girl who survived the Holocaustappearing in English for the first time.
Mary Beth Keane
A bold, mesmerizing novel about the woman known as "Typhoid Mary," the first known healthy carrier of typhoid fever in the burgeoning metropolis of early twentieth century New York.
Two Lives by Vikram Seth
Two Lives is a memoir written by international best-selling author, Vikram Seth. In this interesting and engaging book, Seth writes about his great...
Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by Therese Fowler
Z, the novel about the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald is at points charming and; like another reviewer, I kept thinking of the movie, "Midnight...
Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver
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