A penetrating book concludes that copyright and patent protections have gotten out of control.
Ellis explores the partnership between John and Abigail Adams, using their many letters as the base of his very engaging book.
In his latest novel, McGuane has fun playing out some thorny moral dilemmas within the confines of a regular guy, the unforgettable small-town doc Berl Pickett.
The niece of famed fictional forensic scientist Temperance Brennan stumbles on a mystery at prep school.
In "Storyteller," biographer Donald Sturrock explores the dark, Grimm world of Roald Dahl.
'Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work' by Edwidge Danticat; 'On Admiration: Heroes, Heroines, Role Models, and Mentors' by W.D. Wetherell; 'The Weekend' by Bernhard Schlink.
In Daniel Kehlmann's new novel, faulty phone lines enable characters to switch identities — at least momentarily.
In the story collection 'Stories of Your Life and Others,' characters challenge the limits of human knowledge.