In Killing Lincoln, Fox News star Bill O'Reilly tries to tell the story of the assassination of the 16th president. Historians, however, are criticizing him for what they say are the book's errors and inaccuracies.
Whitehead's latest novel "Zone One" imagines America at its best and worst during a fictional zombie apocalypse.
The 630-page book from Walter Isaacon looks at Jobs life in its entirety, but certainly focuses on Jobs role in founding and then restoring Apple.
Rin Tin Tin became famous for his appearances on movies and television. A new book looks at how the dog got there and his legend, which literally continues to this day.
As Amazon pushes harder into the world of book publisher, and not just seller, it's making the big publishing companies nervous at the same time it reaches out to authors.
If you've seen the movie Contagion, you have a good idea of what a deadly pandemic could look like in real life. A new book from a Stanford biologist says just such a pandemic may happen sooner than we'd like.
A new book out this month takes you inside the shadowy world of online crime and DarkMarket, a now-shutdown hangout for global cybercriminals.
Award-winning author Samuel R. Delany reflects on his science fiction writing career, the evolution of the genre and the distinction of sci-fi prose.
O'Reilly, who recently co-authored a new book on Abraham Lincoln, says the president's assassination set America back a hundred years in race relations.
George R. R. Martin is the author a series of fantasy books which was recently adapted for the acclaimed HBO show "A Game of Thrones."