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  • Allison Pearson's Double Whammy

    In 'How Hard Can It Be?,' Pearson returns to Kate Reddy, the heroine of her debut, who is pushing 50 and facing a whole new set of problems.

  • Spotlight on Tom Baker

    A series of novels follows a gay man's journey from dancing and theater to the military and Madison Avenue in the 1960s and '70s. (Sponsored)

  • Transatlantic Love Story

    In Autumn in Venice, Andrea di Robilant returns to his Venetian roots to uncover a love affair between Ernest Hemingway and his young muse.

  • Spotlight on Stuart Turton

    Journalist Turton's fiction debut melds time travel and body swapping into an Agatha Christie–style whodunit. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Ketch Secor and Higgins Bond

    Words and pictures harmonize perfectly in this debut picture book from Secor, founder of the Old Crow Medicine Show string band, illustrated by Bond. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Lisa Romeo

    Romeo delves into grief and finds a surprising path to healing in this memoir that will leave readers pondering new ideas about how to live with loss. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Jennifer L. Rohn

    Rohn, who coined the term "lab lit," turns the scientific laboratory into a mystery-rich, fictional setting. (Sponsored)

  • Anne Leigh Parrish: The Redemption of the Road

    The Amendment, a powerful road novel, explores the pain of a spouse's sudden death and the unexpected freedom that follows. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Susanna Kearsley

    Kearsley's 13th novel, a work of historical fiction inspired by family history, takes readers back to colonial Long Island and the French and Indian War. (Sponsored)

  • BookCon and BookExpo Preview Spotlight on Hot New Books 2018

    PW talks with a handful of amazing authors about their upcoming books. (Sponsored)

  • No One Is Illegal: Spotlight on Eoin Colfer

    A graphic novel by Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl books, and Andrew Donkin puts a human face to the European migrant crisis. (Sponsored)

  • Edmund White's Life, Observed

    White continues writing about his life with his fourth memoir, 'The Unpunished Vice: A Life of Reading.'

  • Groff Goes to Gatorland

    Lauren Groff’s second story collection, 'Florida,' spotlights the state she calls home.

  • Releasing a Burden: Edward St. Aubyn

    The author talks about re-exorcizing his painful childhood in order to help create an adaptation of the Patrick Melrose novels.

  • Winds of Change: Rachel Cusk

    In Kudos, the novel that concludes her trilogy, Rachel Cusk looks at identity, freedom and feminism and publishing.

  • He Says, She Says, Araminta Hall Says

    In her first U.S. published novel, 'Our Kind of Cruelty,' the author considers the differences between men and women.

  • Karen Karbo Introduces 29 Difficult Women

    Karen Karbo, author of the popular Kick Ass Women books, returns with an anthology of essays about entrancing, defiant heroines. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Somaiya Daud

    Debut author Somaiya Daud draws from recent Moroccan history in Mirage, her timely YA fantasy. (Sponsored)

  • The Wild Woman of Comics

    In 'Love That Bunch,' Aline Kominsky-Crumb’s comics over 30 years are collected in one hardcover volume.

  • Michael Ondaatje Digs up the Past

    In his new novel, 'Warlight,' the renowned author explores the aftermath of WWII in London through the story of an abandoned brother and sister.

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