The novelist answers our usual 21 questions.
A buyer is on the horizon, and work has resumed at the venerable trade.
Almost more people than have read any other nonfiction book in its first week, ever!
An artist depicts the views prominent New Yorkers see every day.
No index and long chapters mean at least one person will have to do some hard digging.
Without him, they'd be doomed.
First, let's get one thing straight: Barbara Walters invented going rogue.
Behind the scenes of the Obama campaign from a guy who knows: Obama's campaign manager.
The writer answers our patented New York questionnaire.
The best bits from the flood of books recapping last year's Wall Street meltdown.
We mean, he did once portray her as part-woman, part-dog.
Why calling her new book 'Going Rogue' is an odd choice.
A book by George W. Bush's former speechwriter is just a bottomless pit of entertainment anecdotes.
A new book on the Clinton presidency humiliates the former Russian president, and probably Bill, as well.
More specifically, what's the most popular reading material on each line?
Mostly about sports she played when she was younger, or something.
And the Hamptons have something to do with it.
But it's not going to be about settling grudges. Because he's not about that.