New books by Chuck Palahniuk, Merritt Tierce, David Ohle and Fred Venturini.
Four reviewers share their memories of reading creepy books.
Reviews of Anne Rice’s “Prince Lestat” and several novels about middle-class domestic anxiety.
New mysteries by Karin Fossum, Jens Lapidus and more.
New books by Robert Jackson Bennett, Peyton Marshall and more.
New thrillers include Tawni O’Dell’s “One of Us,” Sergey Kuznetsov’s “Butterfly Skin” and more.
Richard Flanagan’s “The Narrow Road to the Deep North,” No. 10 in hardcover fiction, is the ninth consecutive winner of the Man Booker Prize to make our list.
Lucy Worsley examines the creation of British crime fiction and the growing fascination with foul play.
Recently reviewed books of particular interest.
Paperback books of particular interest.
As the Republican Party seeks to enlist black voters, the party faces a dearth of elected African-American officials who can stand as signs that blacks have a home in the GOP.
Tobacco Road—the oldest bar in this city and a onetime speakeasy and gambling den—survived Prohibition, the Depression, hurricanes and police raids. It closes Saturday night, to the chagrin of a diverse crowd.
The Obama administration is promoting a possible nuclear agreement with Iran to allies, Congress and U.S. policy makers in an effort to win support ahead of a late November deadline.
Landlords and tenants in San Francisco are battling in court over an ordinance that would sharply boost the size of payments to those evicted from rent-controlled apartments.
The U.S. said Qatar and Kuwait aren’t doing enough to block the financing activities of the extremist group Islamic State, exposing a sore point in a coalition formed to fight the militants.
A physician who had returned to New York City 10 days ago after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the disease.
A U.S. review of thousands of postmortem photographs allegedly showing systematic torture in Syrian prisons has tentatively identified only a handful of victims, none of them Americans, frustrating hopes of prosecuting regime officials in federal court, U.S. officials say.
The suspect in the Queens attack was pronounced dead while the officer was taken to Jamaica Hospital.