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May 23, 2019

Review: A mean old man finds a dog, but does he find a purpose in Mary Miller's 'Biloxi'?
Mary Miller's "Biloxi" is an engrossing character study of a contemptuous old man who tries to find some meaning in life through a dog named Layla.         

USA Today: Books
May 23, 2019

10 best-selling military books for Memorial Day, including 'Unbroken,' 'American Sniper'
Take a look at the top-selling nonfiction, military titles that have appeared on our best-selling books list over the past 25 years.         

USA Today: Books
May 23, 2019

'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' author Judith Kerr dies at 95
Judith Kerr's story of the tea-drinking tiger has been shared by parents with young children since it was first published in 1968.         

USA Today: Books
May 22, 2019

Donald Trump Jr. is writing a book and Twitter has title ideas — that his siblings love
After it was announced that Donald Trump Jr. is planning a book, his critics came armed with title ideas like "Hop on Pop's Coattails."         

USA Today: Books
May 22, 2019

Natalie Portman calls Moby an 'older man being creepy,' denies relationship rumors
Portman is disputing claims made by Moby that the two dated decades ago, prompting the musician to double down on a story from his memoir.         

USA Today: Books
May 21, 2019

Will 'Game of Thrones' books end like series? 'Yes and no,' says author George R.R. Martin
Martin said that where "Game of Thrones" had to wrap the "Song of Ice and Fire" saga in six episodes, he will take 3,000 pages to do it himself.         

USA Today: Books
May 21, 2019

Alice Marie Johnson pens book with Kim Kardashian intro: 6 things we learn in 'After Life'
Kim Kardashian West appealed to President Trump to help free Alice Marie Johnson. Here are some of the big takeaways from her new memoir "After Life."         

USA Today: Books
May 20, 2019

'Silence of the Lambs' author Thomas Harris returns with new serial killer in 'Cari Mora'
The creator of Hannibal Lecter has written a fiendish new serial killer who preys on women and harvests their organs in twisted thriller "Cari Mora."         

USA Today: Books
May 18, 2019

‘Caine Mutiny,' ‘Winds of War' author Herman Wouk has died at 103
Herman Wouk, the versatile, Pulitzer Prize winning author of such million-selling novels as "The Caine Mutiny," died on Friday at 103.         

USA Today: Books
May 18, 2019

5 books not to miss: Alice Marie Johnson memoir 'After Life,' 'Cari Mora,' John Waters
Alice Marie Johnson, whom Kim Kardashian West helped free from prison, has a new memoir, and Thomas Harris is back with new thriller "Cari Mora."         

USA Today: Books
May 17, 2019

RIP Grumpy Cat: Remembering that time we hung out with the Internet's most famous feline
In honor of the Internet's favorite feline, USA TODAY revisits the time Grumpy Cat paid us a visit at our New York offices at the peak of her fame in 2014.         

USA Today: Books
May 15, 2019

'The Obsoletes' by Simeon Mills a charming if flawed tale of teenage robots
A big imagination compensates for a messy plot in Simeon Mills' "The Obsoletes," a coming-of-age tale of teenage robots in small-town Michigan.         

USA Today: Books
May 14, 2019

George R.R. Martin shuts down 'absurd' rumor that he finished last 'Game of Thrones' books
George R.R. Martin adamantly denied speculation that the last two books of his wildly popular series "Song of Ice and Fire" are already finished.         

USA Today: Books
May 14, 2019

A kidnapping in rural Russia rocks the women in Julia Phillips' 'Disappearing Earth'
Julia Phillips' debut novel paints an unforgettable landscape of the far reaches of Russia, where two little girls go missing without a trace.         

USA Today: Books
May 14, 2019

Howard Stern on apologizing to Robin Williams, turning down Trump, grilling Weinstein
Howard Stern is revealing why he altered his shock-jock persona in his candid new book, "Howard Stern Comes Again."         

USA Today: Books
May 11, 2019

Author accused of shaming black Metro employee for eating on train; book deal halted
Author Natasha Tynes has been accused of shaming a black woman who works on the Washington. D.C., Metro for eating on a train.         

USA Today: Books
May 11, 2019

5 books not to miss: Karen Russell's 'Orange World,' 'The Apology,' 'Bottle of Lies'
This week's new book releases include a collection of short stories from Karen Russell and a searing account of childhood abuse from Eve Ensler.         

USA Today: Books
May 10, 2019

Whoopi Goldberg spills her view on 'Ladies Who Punch': 'I didn't care about the book'
"What happens for me at work is not for everybody, it's not their business," Whoopi Goldberg said of "View" tell-all book "Ladies Who Punch."         

USA Today: Books
May 09, 2019

Babies are the crop in Joanne Ramos' frightening surrogacy novel 'The Farm'
Surrogacy is pushed to its logical extreme in Joanne Ramos' "The Farm," where desperate women are impregnated with the world's richest embryos.         

USA Today: Books
May 08, 2019

Joe Namath on alcoholism, racism, hard relationship with dad in memoir 'All the Way'
Famed quarterback Joe Namath takes readers on a journey through his glory days in his engaging memoir "All the Way: My Life in Four Quarters."         

USA Today: Books
May 08, 2019

Joe Namath replays his glory days in new memoir 'All the Way: My Life in Four Quarters'
Famed quarterback Joe Namath takes readers on a journey through his glory days in his engaging memoir "All the Way: My Life in Four Quarters."         

USA Today: Books
May 07, 2019

Barack Obama's new memoir may land during 2020 presidential campaign
Barack Obama's post-White House memoir isn't expected this year, making it likely the highly anticipated book will drop during the 2020 campaign.         

USA Today: Books
May 07, 2019

Jill Biden writes of marriage with Joe, 'totally shattering' death of son Beau in new book
Jill Biden's "Where the Light Enters" gives insight to her marriage with former vice president Joe, and the crushing death of their son Beau.         

USA Today: Books
May 06, 2019

Jared Diamond's 'Upheaval' outlines 12-step program for nations in crisis
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs, and Steel" details how seven countries faced past upheavals by following the 12-step method.         

USA Today: Books
May 05, 2019

Why Christian author Rachel Held Evans touched so many people, in life and now in death
On Saturday, Rachel Held Evans' husband announced her death. People used #BecauseofRHE to tell stories of how the Christian author inspired them.         

USA Today: Books
May 05, 2019

Fellow writers, fans shocked and saddened by death of Christian writer Rachel Held Evans
Rachel Held Evans, who is known for her progressive Christian voice, died early Saturday morning after a brief illness, according to her husband.         

USA Today: Books
May 04, 2019

5 books not to miss: Jill Biden memoir 'Where the Light Enters,' 'The Bride Test'
Helen Hoang charms with new romance "The Bride Test," Jill Biden releases her memoir "Where the Light Enters," and more can't-miss new releases.         

USA Today: Books
May 03, 2019

Eight stellar book picks for mom this Mother's Day
Looking for just the right book for mom? We chose standouts from our best-selling books list.         

USA Today: Books
May 02, 2019

'The Mueller Report' is now officially a best-selling book
Two published versions of the report found their way onto USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 30, 2019

Family is foremost in moving novel 'The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters'
Author Balli Kaur Jaswal's follow-up to "Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows" entertains and enlightens with a story of three sisters on a quest.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 29, 2019

Melinda Gates: Sharing school drop-off, kitchen duties changed my marriage
Melinda Gates shares stories from her marriage and foundation in her new book, 'The Moment of Lift.'         

USA Today: Books
Apr 27, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'The Red Daughter,' 'Shergill Sisters,' 'The Story of 9/11'
Balli Kaur Jaswal is back with a new novel, Dustin Lance Black pens a moving memoir and a journalist writes a definitive account of 9/11.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 24, 2019

'Wunderland' a devastating epic about friendship and family in Nazi Germany
Jennifer Cody Epstein's devastating new novel "Wunderland" explores the tensions in friendships and families in emotionally fraught Nazi Germany.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

200th anniversary of the 'Headless Horseman': N.Y. villages plan a year-long celebration
Rivertown villages will mark the 200th anniversary of Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' with a year-long bicentennial         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Book a novel vacation at one of these literary Airbnb homes
Celebrate World Book Day on Tuesday, April 23, by booking a literary getaway at one of these book-inspired Airbnb homes.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Book a stay at one of these literary Airbnb homes
Celebrate World Book Day on Tuesday, April 23, by booking a literary getaway at one of these book-inspired Airbnb homes.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Celebrate World Book Day and plan a vacation around one of these book-filled Airbnbs
Indulge your inner bookworm on your next vacation by staying at a library instead of just visiting one at these book-filled Airbnbs.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Alice Feeney's messy 'I Know Who You Are' wallows in ugly thrills
An actress named Aimee is under suspicion after her husband disappears in this ugly, often grotesque thriller from Alice Feeney.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Q&A: Melinda Gates on new book, lifting up impoverished women and marriage with Bill
Lifting up impoverished communities means first lifting up women, Melinda Gates says in her new book. She also shares stories from her marriage.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Henry Winkler inks 3-book deal for new 'Alien Superstar' series
Henry Winkler has a three-book deal for a middle-grade series about an alien who somehow lands in Hollywood and becomes a teen sensation.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 22, 2019

Prince memoir ‘The Beautiful Ones' to combine manuscript with rare photos, lyrics
The memoir Prince was working on at the time of his death is coming out Oct. 29, combining his unfinished manuscript with rare photos, scrapbooks and lyrics.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 20, 2019

5 books not to miss: Melinda Gates' 'The Moment of Lift,' 'Wunderland,' 'Defying Hitler'
This week's most compelling new books include Melinda Gates' "The Moment of Lift" and "Wunderland," a work of historical fiction set during WWII.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 17, 2019

Demi Moore turns her life 'Inside Out' in 'deeply candid' memoir, due Sept. 24
"Inside Out," the autobiography actress Demi Moore originally planned to write in 2010, finally has a has a publication date. In "Inside Out," due Sept. 24, she writes openly about her career and marriages to Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 16, 2019

'The Hunchback of Notre-Dame' shoots to the top of Amazon's best-sellers list in France
It's been 188 years since its publication, and Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is once again a best-seller in France.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 16, 2019

Sally Rooney's 'Normal People' smartly explores dynamics between power, class and sex
Sally Rooney's second novel is a keen psychological study of the dynamics between power and sex in one intense relationship between social unequals.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 16, 2019

Carly Simon writing memoir about friend Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Carly Simon is writing an "intimate, vulnerable" memoir about a very famous friend, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 15, 2019

David Brion Davis, Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar who documented slavery, dead at 92
David Brion Davis died at age 92 of natural causes, Yale University announced. Davis was a professor emeritus there, and a Pulitzer Prize winner.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 15, 2019

Charles Gross, longtime professor and husband to Joyce Carol Oates, dies at 83
Charles Gross, a longtime Princeton professor of neuroscience and husband to author Joyce Carol Oates, has died. He was 83.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 15, 2019

'Fifty Shades of Grey' to 'The Mister': E.L. James' new book has tamer sex, social awareness
After the "Fifty Shades of Grey" books, author E.L. James has a brand new story with brand new characters. But there's still sex.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 13, 2019

5 books not to miss: E.L. James' 'The Mister,' 'Normal People,' David Burtka's cookbook
How on earth does E.L. James follow up her best-selling "Fifty Shades of Grey" series? We finally find out in "The Mister."         

USA Today: Books
Apr 12, 2019

R.V. Burgin, the Marine whose book inspired HBO's 'The Pacific,' dies at 96
A Marine whose book about grueling jungle combat during WWII became a basis for the HBO miniseries "The Pacific" has died at his home in Texas.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 12, 2019

Hope in a time of Trump and turbulent campus politics: Interview with Nicholas Christakis
How can a scientist look at Washington, at social media, at the international scene and think we're doing fine?         

USA Today: Books
Apr 11, 2019

How will George R.R.Martin's 'Game of Thrones' really end, for readers?
The HBO series 'Game of Thrones' kicks off its final season Sunday but fans also wonder how and when will the series of books end         

USA Today: Books
Apr 11, 2019

T.C. Boyle spins a family drama with 'Outside Looking In'
The author's latest novel is based on Timothy Leary's famed LSD experiments         

USA Today: Books
Apr 11, 2019

WWII spy biography, 'A Woman of No Importance,' exposes Virginia Hall, a woman on a mission
James Bond had nothing on Virginia Hall, who was a WWII spy for the British and later for the U.S.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 10, 2019

The top 25 spiritual and inspirational books from USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list
We took a look at the top spiritual nonfiction books over the 25-year history of our best-selling books list. Did your favorite make the list?         

USA Today: Books
Apr 10, 2019

Top 25 spiritual and inspirational nonfiction books from USA TODAY's best-seller list
What spiritual and inspirational nonfiction titles have sold the most on USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list? Is your favorite among them?         

USA Today: Books
Apr 10, 2019

Rachel Howzell Hall's 'They All Fall Down' puts a modern spin on a mystery classic
The latest from Hall pays homage to both Agatha Christie and the classic "locked-room" mystery while bringing it into the 21st century         

USA Today: Books
Apr 10, 2019

Susan Choi upgrades familiar coming-of-age story in witty, resonant 'Trust Exercise'
Susan Choi's fifth novel shows that teenage drama can require years to repair.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 09, 2019

10 amazing photos: Rainbow explosion cake inventor Amirah Kassem has tasty new book
Cake it all in! Colorful Amirah Kassem, founder of Flour Shop in New York City, has baked up a book all about cake, "The Power of Sprinkles."         

USA Today: Books
Apr 09, 2019

Rosie O'Donnell deems interview with author of 'View' tell-all her 'biggest regret'
Former co-host of "The View," Rosie O'Donnell, calls talking to "Ladies Who Punch" author Ramin Setoodeh her "biggest regret."         

USA Today: Books
Apr 09, 2019

Chelsea Handler opens up about brother's death in raw memoir, 'Life Will Be the Death of Me'
In "Life Will Be the Death of Me," Chelsea Handler opens the door to therapy sessions and addresses her brother's untimely death and her shortcomings.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 08, 2019

Delicious cakes from 'The Power of Sprinkles' author Amirah Kassem
Flour Shop founder Amirah Kassem has released a book about cake, "The Power of Sprinkles." Here's a taste of the visually delicious designs.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 08, 2019

Happy National Library Week: This year's theme, how to celebrate and more
There are more public libraries than Starbucks in the U.S. National Library Week is great time to remind yourself of all your library has to offer.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 08, 2019

Tom Selleck, star of 'Blue Bloods,' Magnum, P.I.,' writing memoir
In addition to "Magnum, P.I." "Blue Bloods" and "Three Men and a Baby," Selleck's autobiography will document his life away from the camera.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 08, 2019

John Oliver's parody book among the ALA's most 'challenged' works
Oliver's book ranked No. 2 on the list of "challenged" books compiled by the American Library Association.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 08, 2019

Abby Wambach's book, 'Wolfpack,' is a blueprint for how women can change the power dynamic
Abby Wambach's new book is designed to be a blueprint for women to embrace their inner power and use it to create a better world.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 07, 2019

5 books not to miss: Susan Choi's 'Trust Exercise,' 'The Hill to Die On,' 'Book of Dreams'
According to one review, Susan Choi's "Trust Exercise" is destined to be a classic, while "The Hill to Die On" takes us inside the halls of Congress.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 04, 2019

Polish priest apologizes for burning of ‘Harry Potter' books
The priest has apologized, saying the ritual was not intended to condemn specific authors, religions or social groups.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 03, 2019

Exclusive: First look at the next adventures of Marlon Bundo, Vice President Mike Pence's pet rabbit
Karen Pence and daughter Charlotte Pence publish a second children's book devoted to vice presidential pet rabbit Marlon Bundo. Here's a sneak peek.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 03, 2019

Henry Winkler, Timothee Chalamet bond over Winkler's book character, Hank Zipzer
When Henry Winkler met Timothee Chalamet, he got a surprise: The younger actor recalled him reading from a 'Hank Zipzer' book at school when he was 8.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 03, 2019

'The Spectators' by Jennifer duBois takes on LGBT issues through intimate pain
'The Spectators' is a treatise on the media's power and a finely-wrought example of intimate pain.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 02, 2019

'The Matriarch': A saga of the happiness and heartache that shaped Barbara Bush
The engaging stories illustrate what a tough, warm-hearted, unpretentious and vulnerable woman Barbara Bush was.         

USA Today: Books
Apr 02, 2019

'Ladies Who Punch': The wild revelations about behind-the-scenes drama on 'The View'
'Ladies Who Punch' by Ramin Setoodeh alleges behind-the-scenes betrayal and consistent conflict at 'The View.'         

USA Today: Books
Apr 01, 2019

You must read Miriam Toews' astonishing new novel, 'Women Talking'
"Women Talking" is essential reading, a riveting examination of the violence men perpetrate against women as told through the Mennonite "ghost rapes."         

USA Today: Books
Mar 30, 2019

5 books not to miss: Susan Page's Barbara Bush biography 'The Matriarch,' 'Women Talking'
Susan Page's "The Matriarch" chronicles the life of First Lady Barbara Bush; "American Moonshot" tells the thrilling story of the U.S. Space Race.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 27, 2019

'Bird Box' author has sequel, 'Malorie,' in the works as he releases new thriller
Best-seliing novelist Josh Malerman has a new book out, the chilling 'Inspection,' and will debut 'Malorie,' his sequel to 'Bird Box,' in October.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 26, 2019

Elisabeth Hasselbeck dishes on 'View' firing, co-hosts in new book
Elisabeth Hasselbeck says she sobbed after learning her contract wouldn't be renewed for "The View."         

USA Today: Books
Mar 26, 2019

Elisabeth Hasselbeck dishes on 'View' co-hosts and the day she was fired in 'Point of View'
"I could not breathe — literally, could not breathe," Elisabeth Hasselbeck writes of when she was told her contract for "The View" wouldn't be renewed.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 26, 2019

Oprah shares her own life's purpose, insightful stories in new book, 'The Path Made Clear'
What is your life's purpose? Oprah Winfrey is here to help you on your soul-searching journey with her new book, "The Path Made Clear."         

USA Today: Books
Mar 24, 2019

Here's your chance to become part of J.R.R. Tolkien's oral history
Marquette University, which has a huge J.R.R. Tolkien collection, wants to hear from fanboys and girls for an oral history project about the author.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 23, 2019

5 books not to miss: Oprah Winfrey's 'The Path Made Clear,' Maisie Dobbs' 'White Elephant'
Oprah Winfrey dispenses wisdom and life advice, Maisie Dobbs has another adventure and Damon Young writes a memoir on race.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 21, 2019

37 outrageous stories about Motley Crue from their tell-all book turned Netflix movie 'The Dirt'
The hedonistic rock band's tell-all is now a Netflix movie, 'The Dirt,' out March 22.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 20, 2019

Harlan Coben's thriller 'Run Away' features family drama and murder at a frenetic pace
Familial ties are what "Run Away" is built on and how the mysterious murders are ultimately solved.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 20, 2019

Kids and parents plead for diversity in children's books. 8 great titles that deliver
Scholastic issued a survey this week that showed demand rising from parents and kids for diversity in children's books.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 19, 2019

Bill O'Reilly book on Trump coming out in fall
The author looks to the present this time in writing about the presidency         

USA Today: Books
Mar 19, 2019

Michelle Obama takes her 'Becoming' tour to BookTube, discusses memoir with YouTube stars
Michelle Obama talks books with YouTube stars John Green, Franchesca Ramsey, Jouelzy, Ariel Bissett, Jesse George and Kat O'Keeffe in a new online special.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 19, 2019

Meet your righteous new literary heroine in 'Save Me From Dangerous Men'
Nikki Griffin is both a bibliophile and a vigilante private eye in this debut thriller by S.A. Lelchuk.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 18, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Queenie,' 'Save Me From Dangerous Men,' Harlan Coben's 'Run Away'
This week's best new book releases include Harlan Coben's new thriller "Run Away" and the provocatively titled "Save Me From Dangerous Men."         

USA Today: Books
Mar 13, 2019

Rosie O'Donnell was sexually abused by her father, new book 'Ladies Who Punch' reveals
In a new book,  "Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of ‘The View,'" Rosie O'Donnell reveals she was sexually abused by her father.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 13, 2019

Matt Richtel's 'An Elegant Defense' a captivating tour of the human immune system
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Matt Richtel takes readers on a tour of our immune system, humanely told through stories of four lives.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 12, 2019

Steve Berry's latest Cotton Malone thriller, 'Malta Exchange,' doesn't do much thrilling
"The Malta Exchange" is Steve Berry's 14th book featuring Cotton Malone, a retired Justice Department operative turned rare bookseller.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 11, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'An Elegant Defense,' 'House on Fire,' Owuor's 'The Dragonfly Sea'
This week's notable book releases include a suspenseful debut rooted in family tragedy and a well-researched dive into the immune system.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 08, 2019

Mitchell S. Jackson's 'Survival Math' talks systemic challenges facing the black community
"Survival Math" is a raw and real memoir told in many voices, examining the systemic challenges facing the black community.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 08, 2019

'The Wolf and the Watchman' is a brutal book of Scandinavian noir you won't soon forget
Literary Swedish noir continues to entrance and spill blood in Niklas Natt och Dag's brutal, unforgettable new book, "The Wolf and the Watchman."         

USA Today: Books
Mar 08, 2019

Elton John announces 'no-holds-barred' autobiography is officially coming in October 2019
Elton John continues his incredible farewell run with the release of his official autobiography on October 15, 2019.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 07, 2019

5 powerful, butt-kicking tips from Rachel Hollis' new book 'Girl, Stop Apologizing'
In "Girl, Stop Apologizing," Rachel Hollis encourages readers to go for it. Here are five tips from the book to get you motivated.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 06, 2019

Rachael Denhollander, leading voice against Larry Nassar's abuse, writes memoir, children's book
The titles — "What Is a Girl Worth?" and "How Much Is a Little Girl Worth?" — reference the question she asked in her victim-impact statement.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 05, 2019

Rachael Denhollader, leading voice against Larry Nassar's abuse, writes memoir, children's book
The titles — "What Is a Girl Worth?" and "How Much Is a Little Girl Worth?" — reference the question she asked in her victim-impact statement.         

USA Today: Books
Mar 05, 2019

Peter Heller's 'The River' is full of fire, life and profound consequences
Every move Jack and Wynn make along the river has the chance to kill them or others, and the result is a novel that sweeps you away.         

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