Abrams books delivers another fascinating and beautiful chunk of "Star Wars" history with its detailed look at the iconic trading cards from the first film.
If it's convenience that's pushing readers from traditional paper novels to tablets, the new edition of Housekeeping from Picador Modern Classics might be designed to tempt them back to the joy of holding a book.
If you are unfortunate enough to miss the monumental exhibit, at least you can enjoy pouring over the amazing, outlandish, erotic, meticulously detailed costumes of nightlife queen Susanne Bartsch.
John's Grisham's latest novel is light on logic and heavy on pulpy escapism.
Two gay couples gather for Thanksgiving in a mountain cabin and spend the weekend reminiscing, including the details of a tragic incident involving a mutual acquaintance.
Even if you've read Jeffrey Eugenides 1993 novel or you've seen the movie adapted by Sofia Coppola, haunting, evocative imagery and a slyly ironic voice make "The Virgin Suicides" a book to be read and reread.
Photographer Michael Stokes captures the male image as only he can in the companion volume to "Always Loyal." In "Exhibition" the artist stays true to his erotically prolific explorations without disappointment.
"A More Perfect Union" functions as an extended political advertisement, allowing Ben Carson to demonstrate his familiarity with the Constitution while simultaneously offering rough suggestions of how he would run the country from the Oval Office.
Stephen King is the master of macabre, the hitman of horror and the supreme of the supernatural. His newest book is a collection of short yet "choice" stories of life and death with a chilling twist.
Photographer Michael Stokes evolves on the story of our wounded warriors in this photo essay. "Always Loyal" is powerful and persistent -- a testament to the spirit of our brave service men and women. Still strong and valiant!