Comparing Oranges to Giraffes: A Conversation with Dennis Lehane

It was good to sit down with Lehane to talk about his new psychological thriller--we also discussed film and tv writing, his move from Boston to LA, and where his ideas come from (or don't come from).

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Amazon's Best Books of May: Today's Releases

A compelling nonfiction read about the first mission to the moon, and a psychological thriller that gives new meaning to house of horrors...

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Recipe Road Test: "Will It Skillet?" Chicken Pot Pie

Traditional chicken pot pie, you are dead to me. After making the Will It Skillet? version I will never again return to chicken pot pie with a crust, and my family will certainly never let me. Try it yourself for an easier--and tastier--update to this comfort food classic.

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The Best History Books of May

Late spring/early summer isn't traditionally a great time for history books--but this season is different. There are a number of excellent history reads coming down the pike (and many have dark, decidedly un-summery covers). Here are some favorites for May.

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Make Way for Pirates: Sherrilyn Kenyon Talks about Her New Paranormal Adventure

Bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon chats with us about Deadmen Walking, her oppositional defiant disorder, and breaking the rules.

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Raina Telgemeier's Favorite Graphic Novels

Raina Telgemeier has made a huge impact on bringing graphic novels to a wider young readership, especially for girls. Smile and Sisters have been wildly popular, and her latest book, Ghosts, quickly became a bestseller and a must-read for young fans.

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Bookmark It

In this edition, a sweet sixteen birthday party is anything but, a moo-ving treatise on the cattle industry, and short stories from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sympathizer...

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A Fish to Die For

The Asian arowana is a fish so rare that a collector has paid $150,000 for one, while another has been killed for his. Meet the so-called Dragon Fish and the people who will go to any length to find it.

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"A Delightful, Warm, and Totally Unpretentious Book About Books"

A conversation between Pamela Paul of The New York Times Book Review and Anthony Doerr, author of All the Light We Cannot See.

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Books In Flight: Nonfiction Reads For Your Travels

Chances are many of us will be clocking in some airtime in the near future - here are a few suggested reads of the nonfiction variety to keep you company along the way.

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