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The 10 Books You Should Be Reading This July

From Keanu Reeves’s novel to an exploration of Nashville’s history

“Jaws” Turns 50 Next Year, and It’s Getting a Documentary

The film, directed by Spielberg documentarian Laurent Bouzereau, will also cover Peter Benchley's novel

The 5 Best Independent Bookstores in LA

Here's where to pick up the next book you can't put down

How “The Minotaur at Calle Lanza” Reinvented the Travel Memoir

Zito Madu’s chronicle of Venice is like nothing you’ve read before

The 11 Books You Should Be Reading This June

Secret histories, soccer insights and the life of Joni Mitchell

A New Biography Explores the Paradox of Pete Rose

Keith O’Brien discusses his book “Charlie Hustle”

A Pilgrimage to Hemingway's Key West for his 125th Birthday

This is a story about marlins, rumrunners and Papa look-alikes

A Hermit’s Near-Death Bear Story From the Scottish Highlands

An excerpt from "The Way of the Hermit: My Incredible 40 Years Living in the Wilderness"

The Andover Shop Helped Shape Everything From Jazz to Literature

Constantine Valhouli on his new book “Miles, Chet, Ralph & Charlie”

The 10 Books You Should Be Reading This May

Tech histories, haunting fiction and the memoir of a musical pioneer

This New Book Revisits the Origin and Making of “The Blues Brothers”

Author Daniel de Visé chronicles a seismic moment in comedic history

Excerpt: Meet Bobby Gunn, a Bare-Knuckle Boxing Father of Two

Stayton Bonner's "Bare Knuckle: Bobby Gunn, 73-0 Undefeated. A Dad. A Dream." is out now

The Everest Industrial Complex, Deconstructed

A conversation with adventure journalist Will Cockrell, the author of “Everest Inc.”

Excerpt: What Jon Krakauer’s “Into Thin Air” Got Wrong About Everest

Award-winning adventure journalist Will Cockrell just penned “Everest Inc.”

Retiring Into Reality, Don Winslow Reflects on 30 Years in Fiction

Winslow, 70, insists "City In Ruins" is his final book