Ex-boxer Cal Innes returns in his second outing to babysit a prizefighter in an unfamiliar country: Los Angeles.
I don't think that there is anything else that comes close to providing this much detail in a book on Photoshop.
This novel delivers a bittersweet, full throttle thrill run through hostile forces and unpleasant secrets.
What we once wrote in a dayplanner now oozes to phone, email, and the thousand faces we call our friends.
Genuinely funny, and wonderfully irreverent, it will appeal to any reader, whether or not they are familiar with Shakespeare's Lear.
This is not the Communist China we grew up with!
Renowned "Amish author" Beverly Lewis brings us tasty treats from modern Amish cooks - though there's not much entirely "from scratch" here.
When will diet and fitness books stop saying anywhere on the cover that they are simple, new, and different from anything else on the market?
The nation's largest banks are carrying half a trillion dollars in bad debt. First Bad Bank to the rescue.
The rules for the board game Monopoly need to be updated in light of the dramatic changes in the economy.
Beethoven's music (and the maestro himself) come to life in the characters of Moises Kaufman's new play.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
Attorney General Eric Holder has issued a challenge, and here we go.
The Clampett family returns quickly on DVD.
Disney's newest original movie was mildly entertaining.
Another look at Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 classic romantic thriller.
Theory becomes practice in the paranoia prison.
A standard, run-of-the-mill rise and fall affair that comes off as distinctly average.
After playing a backup role in the lives of others, the singer behind these songs is worth getting to know
All the latest Taylor Swift news.
One of the best rock records of 2008 you never heard.
Mark Geary steps over 'some skeletons and bones and into the daylight'.
We talk about her songwriting, getting by in the music business, and her current U.S. tour.
A balanced sense of melancholy and inspiration is imparted to Bruce Springsteen’s recent Brian Wilson-inspired tracks.
Would you please put your hands together for...who, again?...