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No wonder Buddhism appeals to Americans: Ours is a society founded on the clichéd, but still relevant, promise of life, liberty and the pursuit...

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Not many teenagers can say they have a world-famous chef at home to prepare meals, but Bennoand Leo Batali are just that lucky. When...

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Lost creator J.J. Abrams and Alive in Necropolis author Doug Dorst have finally completed S., a novel first announced by publisher Little, Brown & Company in 2011 as...

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Author Lisa Zeidner discusses her new comedic novel Love Bomb—about a wedding taken captive—and what she was surprised to learn from real-life hostage negotiators. Zola:...

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House remodeler David Gonzalez, 34, found a copy of the 1938 Action Comics #1—boasting Superman’s first-ever appearance—between the walls of a newly purchased property in Elbow...

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Unlike the millions of devoted followers of “The Helix” in her latest novel Woke Up Lonely, award-winning author Fiona Maazel prefers cats to cults as...

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The title of Helen Fielding’s upcoming Bridget Jones novel—to be published October 15—has been revealed. Mad About the Boy will follow Bridget Jones' Diary (1996) and The Edge of Reason (1999),...

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Are you a fan of novels that make your heart beat faster, your pulse quicken and that keep you up all night turning the...

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After an agonizingly long wait, fans of Sylvia Day will finally get their fix when Entwined with You, the third novel in her Crossfire series,...

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With Dan Brown’s new novel Inferno putting him back atop bestseller lists, Lisa Rogak discusses her biography of the author and his future legacy. Zola: What made you decide...

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