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Kitchen Wisdom to Organize Your Life

Dan Charnas adds a unique approach to the organizational book boom--using the backbone of professional kitchens, mise-en-place, to make our lives run smoothly, efficiently, and well...

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Kill-Em

The Best Books of April: Biographies & Memoirs

A look at a few of our favorite biographies and memoirs of April, including a journey into the Godfather of Soul's world by National Book Award-winner James McBride, the latest from Augusten Burroughs, and a stupendously good book about... plants.

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Burglars

Cops and Robbers and Architects: A Burglar's Guide to the City

What compels a burglar to burgle? Geoff Manaugh 's A Burglar's Guide to the City--an Amazon Best Book of April--examines the relationship between crime and architecture from the perspective of the bad guys.

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Maestra

How Far Would You Go?

L.S. Hilton's Maestra is the book to read when you want to escape into a new clever, sexy, psychological thriller. And a story that includes financial double-dealing, murder, and a sex club or two requires some very interesting research....

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Annual Games with Hope Jahren

Hope Jahren's Lab Girl quickly become an in-house favorite around here and, as a result, was named Featured Debut for the month of April. The idea of a geobiologist's memoir may not initially jump out as the most invigorating read,...

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Old-Records

Old Records Never Die, Nor Irrational Dreams

One man's obsessive quest through the dusty bins and backrooms of the used vinyl trade in order to reclaim the essential albums--and some of the feeling--of his youth.

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Partners

Reading "Partners," John Grisham's New Kindle Single

This weekend I read John Grisham’s Kindle Single Partners, which has ranked very high on the Kindle best sellers list since it was published at the end of March. The story is billed as a “standalone prequel to his #1...

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Welcome to National Poetry Month

To start National Poetry Month off with a bang, here are original poems from Rich Cohen, Kate DiCamillo, Chuck Klosterman, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, and Amazon editorial director Sara Nelson.

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Harlan Coben on "Fool Me Once"

Best-selling thriller writer Harlan Coben answers questions about his greatest influences, the challenges of sustaining success, and his new book, Fool Me Once.

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The Best Cookbooks of March

This month our favorite cookbooks are an eclectic mix covering a range of topics from broth and bowls to berries and (Bob's) burgers.

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