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US Bestseller List - Paid Books Book Title by Author Name - ISBN - (Publisher) 1. No Plan B by Andrew Child & Lee Child - 9781984818553 - (Random House Publishing Group) 2. It Starts with Us by Colleen Hoover - 9781668001233 - (Atria Books) 3.
Emily Post's etiquette tome overhauled for 21st century

Emily Post's etiquette tome overhauled for 21st century

NEW YORK (AP) — Embracing without permission. Disparaging one parent in front of children struggling with divorce. Flaunting privilege. Being a bad listener or, worse, a terrible loser.
Judge blocks Penguin Random House-Simon & Schuster merger

Judge blocks Penguin Random House-Simon & Schuster merger

NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge has blocked Penguin Random House's proposed purchase of Simon & Schuster, agreeing with the Justice Department that the joining of two of the world’s biggest publishers could “lessen competition” for “top-selling b
Review: 'The Revolutionary' chronicles key Founding Father

Review: 'The Revolutionary' chronicles key Founding Father

“The Revolutionary: Samuel Adams” by Stacy Schiff (Little, Brown and Co.) Aside from the namesake beer, Samuel Adams in many ways feels like the forgotten Founding Father.
Review: Cormac McCarthy returns with cryptic ’The Passenger'

Review: Cormac McCarthy returns with cryptic ’The Passenger'

“The Passenger” by Cormac McCarthy (Alfred A. Knopf) It’s been 16 years since Cormac McCarthy released “The Road” and won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, cementing his reputation as a master American novelist.
Review: 'Someday, Maybe' earnestly embodies widow's grief

Review: 'Someday, Maybe' earnestly embodies widow's grief

“Someday, Maybe” by Onyi Nwabineli (Graydon House Books) “Someday, maybe” is a phrase that noncommittally encapsulates hopes and fears alike. It's a response that lacks urgency, stagnating in the purgatory between “yes” and “no.
Review: 'It's Not TV' account of HBO's rise and challenges

Review: 'It's Not TV' account of HBO's rise and challenges

“It’s Not TV: The Rise, Revolution and Future of HBO” by Felix Gillette and John Koblin (Viking) Streaming and on-demand services are so commonplace nowadays, one can take for granted how revolutionary HBO was when it was first launched.

Hernan Diaz, Tanaïs among winners of $50,000 Kirkus Prize

NEW YORK (AP) — Hernan Diaz's novel “Trust,” a postmodern take on wealth, power and reality set in the 1920s and 1930s, has won the Kirkus Prize for fiction.
Prince Harry's memoir, titled 'Spare,' to come out Jan. 10

Prince Harry's memoir, titled 'Spare,' to come out Jan. 10

NEW YORK (AP) — Prince Harry's memoir, an object of obsessive anticipation worldwide since it was first announced last year, is coming out Jan. 10.
Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier shares life in and out of hockey in 'All Roads Home'

Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier shares life in and out of hockey in 'All Roads Home'

Bryan Trottier didn't want to go back. It was December 1972 and his junior team — the Swift Current Broncos — was set to resume its schedule following the Christmas break.