George Smiley gives a master class on gentle spycraft in a reissue of 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.'
The guide, a Depression-era reissue, examines the city's colorful past.
A reissue of Brooke Hayward's 'Haywire' offers a poignant memoir of her Hollywood parents; Nobel laureate Herta Müller's novel 'The Appointment' follows a woman on a bleak errand.
Time and change move subtly through the landscapes of Bruce Chatwin's novel 'On the Black Hill' and Erskine Childers' thriller 'The Riddle of the Sands.'
The handwritten pages of James Boswell's " London Journal 1762-1763" languished forgotten in a trunk in Scotland before being brought to light in the middle of the last century and issued under the auspices of Yale University. This event, together with publication of successive hordes of...
New books offer glimpses into earlier versions of "The Maltese Falcon" and "A Moveable Feast."
Hilary Mantel's novels 'Every Day Is Mother's Day' and 'Vacant Possession' show her formidable talent even as she's learning her craft.
A reissue of "The Colossus of Maroussi" chronicles the American writer's travels around Greece with pal Lawrence Durrell in the grim days of World War II.
A reissue of Thomas' 'Collected Poems' offers an occasion to consider the poet's elemental voice and outrageous behavior.
Dennis Lehane, David Mamet and many others learned a lesson from George V. Higgins' novel "The Friends of Eddie Coyle."