- Web-Exclusive Reviews: Week of 5/21/2007
., Paul McCartney, Liberace and Mel Brooks; preventing a girl from committing suicide by saying "hello" to her in an elevator; and much more.
- News Briefs
Revenue includes 83 million euros ($110 million) from the former Time Warner Book Group, which Lagardère bought on March 31, 2006. .
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 4/23/2007
Shoot the Widow: Adventures of a Biographer in Search of Her Subject Meryle Secrest.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 4/16/2007
The Septembers of Shiraz Dalia Sofer.
- Summer Sequels and Literary Risks
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson Directed by David YatesRelease date July 13 (Warner Bros.)Based on the book by J.K.
- Web-Exclusive Reviews: Week of 4/16/2007
Warner Business, $22.99 (280p) ISBN 9780446579681 The latest from the bestselling author of Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich delineates the attitudes and obstacles that keep women from reaching the top, and provides effective strategies for using and overcoming them
- Players Need Platforms
Warner (11/06) 699,958 14.
The Pursuit of Glory: Europe 1648—1815Tim Blanning.
- Media Heavies
Riverhead (272,889)March.Geraldine Brooks.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 2/26/2007
Boomsday Christopher Buckley.
- Fall 2007 Sneak Previews
ABRAMS Abrams takes a stroll down memory lane with When the Silliest Cat Was a Kittenby Gilles Bachelet, about how a certain pet adapted to living
- Children's Books for Spring: S
All or Nothing by Lauren Brooke joins Chestnut Hill ($4.99, 9-12).
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 2/19/2007
The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring Richard Preston, Random, $25.95 (320p) ISBN 978-1-4000-6489-2Reviewed by John VaillantIn this radical departure from Preston's bestsellers on catastrophic diseases (The Demon
- Spring Religion 2007: Clash of Worldviews Reflected in Books
The highest-profile among the antireligion books this spring likely will be Christopher Hitchens's gloves-off God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything (May), from the new Warner/Twelve imprint.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 2/5/2007
The Maytrees Annie Dillard.