Looking for a New Book? Here's What We're Reading This Weekend.

Whether you're religiously romantic, an ursine enthusiast, a dog lover, bird fancier, or Carrie Fisher fan, one of these might be just what you're looking for.

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The Perfect Easter Nibble: Deviled Eggs from "Platters and Boards"

A beautiful tray of eggs and garnishes, perfect for a holiday celebration.  Here's the how-to, and what makes this recipe great, from the author of "Platters and Boards."

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RITA Award Finalists Announced for the Best in Romance

This week the Romance Writers of America named the finalists for their RITA Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in the romance industry. Read on to discover which books made the cut.

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Deep (State) Thoughts

It's a dangerous world out there, folks. Former CIA officer and Survive Like a Spy author Jason Hanson shares one essential skill to help you become the best Jason Bourne you can be.

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"The Wife: Should She Believe Him or the Women?" by Alafair Burke

When your husband has been accused of improper behavior, how should you respond?

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DIY Spring for Home & Garden

Some books for those of us getting spring fever, thinking about how we'll transform our homes and outdoor spaces in the coming warm weather months...

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Jesse "The Lord" Ward Is Back! Talking with Jodi Ellen Malpas about "With This Man"

After twelve years of marriage, Jesse "The Lord" Ward and Ava Ward are still going strong. But when Ava loses her memories in a car crash, Jesse has to woo her all over again. Jodi Ellen Malpas talks with us about getting inside Jesse's head in her newest novel, "With This Man."

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The Artist's Way: Talking with Tom Rachman About His New Novel, "The Italian Teacher"

Rachman's latest novel asks: "What makes a great artist?" and  "Should we admire work by humans we’d otherwise detest?"

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Best Books of March

A doubly tragic true crime tale, Steven Pinker steers us off a cliff, and a novel that captures the exquisite grief of disappointed love...

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Best Books of the Month: Nonfiction

In this month's selection of true grit, we go in search of headhunters, positive vibes, and fresh takes on hippie history.

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Sabotage! 7 Books That Will Make You Even More Worried about Infiltration

Concerned about enemies taking over the power grid or our nuclear facilities? These seven books won't reassure you, but at least you'll finally put together a good bug-out bag.

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Winners of the National Book Critics Circle Awards

Surprises and a sense of embattled solidarity marked last night's award ceremony, where women took all but two of the prizes.

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Weekend Reading

What to read this weekend... we're looking forward to stories of war, weirdos, and everything in between. 

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The Aspen Words Literary Prize

Yet another book award, but these five finalists deliver on something very important, and offer ample ammunition for the skeptics who ask: Why should I read fiction?

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Best Books of the Month: Biographies & Memoirs

This month's picks include an unexpectedly tragic true-crime story, the women who pioneered some of the Internet's most crucial technologies, and a recreation of a historic voyage that explores the present as much as the past.

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