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Three unpublished works by American writer J.D. Salinger have been leaked online after showing up in an eBay auction. The stories were uploaded in a PDF file format that appears to have been scanned from an unauthorized book.
The first book written in what is today the United States of America fetched $14.2 million in New York on Tuesday, becoming the world's most expensive printed book sold at auction.
The author has focussed soft light on Gill's persona, highlighting his strengths. It is an attempt to showcase his chequered career, practically without blemishes.
While the entire world is celebrating Sachin Tendulkar’s lasting impact, Sumit Chakraberty’s book, “Master Laster — What they don’t tell you about Sachin Tendulkar”, deviates from the flavour of the day.
Author Shubnum Khan, who has created quite a stir with her debut book, Onion Tears, was in town recently to share her experiences.
The book is replete with examples, some relevant to the context of innovation, others simply anecdotes of triggers for improvement.
Marvel Comics is bringing Ms. Marvel back as a 16-year-old daughter of Pakistani immigrants living in Jersey City named Kamala Khan.
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' wife gave a book about her husband and his company a paltry one star, in a withering review posed on the online retailer's website.
The final book in Charlaine Harris' best-selling series about telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse provoked such an outcry that some fans sent death threats and curses.
Edwards' sensitive biography builds just the right tone for looking back at Phoenix's life 20 years after his death: respect for his talents, admiration for his individuality and a subtle indignation for the tragedy to come.
The Partition was a traumatic chapter in the history of sub-continental India. Some two million people are said to have been slaughtered on either side of the religious divide, sacrificed to fanaticism and hatred.
‘The Luminaries’, which won Eleanor Catton the covetous 2013 Man Booker Prize on Tuesday, has been a publisher’s nightmare from the very beginning, she says.
Cecilia Attias, the ex-wife of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, is settling a few scores from her past in an autobiographical book.
The history of the evolution of the 330 million deities in the Hindu pantheon will always interest readers, tied up as they are with race memory and the evolution of different strands of belief on the subcontinent.
Lord Shiva has lost his athletic body and goddess Sita is wearing a gown - Indian mythology gets a Western makeover with graphic novel "Brahma Dreaming" that retells the story with powerful and emotive monochromatic illustrations.