Carter's principled words will drive home what some have said -- that he was always too decent a man to be president -- but the flip-side of that sentiment is also true: He's exactly the sort of man we should want for president.
A family's traditional July vacation is disrupted with marital and health complications in Wendy Francis' quintessential summer novel.
Stephen King delivers on his latest novel "Finders Keepers." The not-necessarily-a-sequel thriller is a great fast-paced and suspenseful adventure that fans will find memorably worthy in the scheme of the author's past works.
Haatchi is a disabled dog who braved abandonment and near-death by train before he was rescued. Little B is the nickname of Owen Howkins, a little boy born with Schwartz-Jampel syndrome.
A high school senior rebels when family secrets are unleashed in Cordelia Jensen's affecting novel, written in verse.
While love and marriage may go together like a horse and carriage, this collection edited by Neil Plakcy reminds us what really gets those carriage wheels turning.
The man who brought you "Fight Club" and "Choke" brings you a collection of short stories from his varied career. It's partly what you'd expect with some pleasant surprises. It might be a bit intense for newcomers but diehard fans will find valuable gems.
If this narrative of how doctors' sincere need to relieve pain collided with Big Pharma's marketing machine and street heroin doesn't entirely succeed, it's chilling enough -- and then some.
One of Britain's most prolific gay writers, Patrick Gale reaches across the Atlantic to re-imagine the story of his own great-grandfather, who took to the wilds of territorial Canada to escape a repressive if putatively more civilized Britain.
A disgraced environmentalist sacrifices his own recovery and endangers himself while helping a friend from his past in Tim Winton's nail-biting novel.