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'Unvarnished' bio of Ray Dalio scheduled for next fall

'Unvarnished' bio of Ray Dalio scheduled for next fall

NEW YORK (AP) — An “unauthorized, unvarnished” biography of billionaire hedge-fund manager Ray Dalio will be published next fall, authored by a Wall Street Journal investigative reporter whom the Bridgewater Associates founder has called biased and d
Poland says book given to pope by Macron wasn't WWII plunder

Poland says book given to pope by Macron wasn't WWII plunder

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s culture minister on Wednesday rejected speculation that a rare book given to Pope Francis earlier this week by French President Emmanuel Macron might have been looted from Poland during World War II.

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US Bestseller List - Paid Books Book Title by Author Name - ISBN - (Publisher) 1. It Starts with Us by Colleen Hoover - 9781668001233 - (Atria Books) 2. The Boys from Biloxi by John Grisham - 9780385548939 - (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group) 3.
Editors at Bartlett's work to keep up with what's quotable

Editors at Bartlett's work to keep up with what's quotable

NEW YORK (AP) — Books and speeches, lyrics and interviews, impulsive tweets and sworn testimony: Keeping up with all the words issued over the past decade might overwhelm anyone, but even more so if it’s your job to keep up.
Naomi Alderman novel 'The Future' scheduled for next fall

Naomi Alderman novel 'The Future' scheduled for next fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Novelist Naomi Alderman is a “what if” kind of writer, as in: What if women were able to release electricity through their fingers, the premise of her acclaimed bestseller “The Power "? For her upcoming book, simply and descriptively
Review: Caricatures are real draw of Kevin Nealon's new book

Review: Caricatures are real draw of Kevin Nealon's new book

“I Exaggerate: My Brushes with Fame” by Kevin Nealon (Abrams Books) It's not exactly a surprise that Kevin Nealon is a talented guy.

'1619 Project' publisher launches series of readalongs

NEW YORK (AP) — Authors Matthew Desmond, Michelle Alexander and Leslie Alexander will be among the participants in a series of readalongs from the book edition of "The 1619 Project,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning report from the New York Times that has
Review: How Meacham's Lincoln defeated 'Big Lie' of his day

Review: How Meacham's Lincoln defeated 'Big Lie' of his day

“And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle” by Jon Meacham (Random House) Fun fact: Feb. 12, 1809, is the birthdate for both Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin.
Review: 'Ted Kennedy' sweeping account of senator's life

Review: 'Ted Kennedy' sweeping account of senator's life

“Ted Kennedy: A Life,” by John A. Farrell (Penguin Press) In his new biography of Ted Kennedy, John A. Farrell describes a letter Joseph Kennedy sent his youngest son telling the teenager he had to choose between a serious or non-serious life.
Review: A Texas cop solves murder of a woman with a secret

Review: A Texas cop solves murder of a woman with a secret

“Murder at the Jubilee Rally” by Terry Shames (Severn House) Samuel Craddock, the amiable police chief of mythical Jarrett Creek, Texas, is good at his job, but he’s got a lot to deal with in “Murder at the Jubilee Rally,” Terry Shames’s ninth novel