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Jassy Mackenzie's Johannesburg crime novels star a law-breaking private investigator, Jade de Jong.
Tarquin Hall's mystery novels star Punjabi detective Vish Puri, "India's most private investigator."
In Ben Winters' mysteries, the earth braces for an asteroid as a New Hampshire cop fights for order.
Labor Day is fast approaching and Karen Grigsby Bates plans to catch up on her summer reading.
Nancy Pearl hates being stuck on a plane without a good book to read.
This summer, nowhere is safe from superheroes — not even your local bookstore.
Summer food is casual, but Nigella Lawson says there's room for a little bit of elegance, too.
Introducing the best of this year's collection of bright, colorful, can-do summer cookbooks.
Highlight seasonal flavors with Asparagus and Scallops and, for dessert, the Basil-Lemon Cake.
Russell Peterson pits the Colbert Report against CNN in this insightful piece of media analysis.
Just your ordinary tale about death, dismemberment, and womanly bonding.
Against a glamorous backdrop, a grisly murder is committed in Hollywood.
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