Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Jan. 7, compiled from data … Read more

Recommended reading from Deschutes Public Library

Tales for book lovers of all ages

Children’s books “Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow” by Jessica Townsend Move over Harry Potter, … Read more

‘This Could Hurt’ makes small cut of office satires that work well

“This Could Hurt” by Jillian Medoff (Harper. 375 pages, $26.99)

Office life feels like it … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Dec. 31, compiled from data … Read more

‘Gone Girl’-esque thriller pulls from classics

“The Woman in the Window” by A.J. Finn (427 pages. William Morrow, $26.99) The rocket … Read more

Literary look ahead: What’s in store for 2018

Plenty of reading material awaits book lovers in 2018

It’s time to turn the page on 2017 and see what we have to look … Read more

A gratuitous, and grating, men’s guidebook to ‘style’

“The Gentleman’s Guide to Grooming: The Quintessential Handbook for the Modern Man” by Capt. Peabody … Read more

A daughter chronicles Molly Keane’s life

“Molly Keane: A Life” by Sally Phipps (Virago, 338 pages, $26.99)

On a summer afternoon … Read more

Borrowed lines build a narrative in novel ‘Wonders Will Never Cease’

“Wonders Will Never Cease” by Robert Irwin (Arcade, 351 pages, $25.99)

Does the adjective “centoesque” … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Dec. 24, compiled from data … Read more

Redmond author Frank Scalise has released nearly two dozen novels

Nine of his novels have been co-written with other authors

When author Frank Scalise’s short stories began to be published in anthologies and magazines, and … Read more

Explore Christmas commercialism’s history

“Christmas: A Biography” by Judith Flanders (Thomas Dunne. 256 pages, $24.99)

As Bing Crosby, Johnny … Read more

‘Book of Dust’ returns to world of ‘His Dark Materials’

“The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage” by Philip Pullman (Alfred A. Knopf, 464 pages, … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Dec. 17, compiled from data … Read more

Holiday gifts for book lovers

Recommended books for the reader(s) in your life

If your plans for an organized and methodical campaign of early holiday shopping have not … Read more

This week’s best-sellers from Publishers Weekly

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Dec. 10, compiled from data … Read more

‘Black Dahlia’ presents old information on the murder in a new format

“Black Dahlia, Red Rose” by Piu Eatwell (Liveright Publishing, 350 pages, $26.95)

After investigating the … Read more

Recommended reading from Deschutes Public Library

Tales for book lovers of all ages

Children’s books “A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars” by Seth Fishman, illustrated by Isabel Greenberg If … Read more

Northwest best-sellers

Hardcover fiction 1. “Artemis,” Andy Weir 2. “A Gentleman in Moscow,” Amor Towles 3. “Lincoln … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Dec. 3, compiled from data … Read more

Apocalypse, imagined by … Nora Roberts

“Year One: Chronicles of the One, Book 1” by Nora Roberts (St. Martin’s. 432 pages, … Read more

‘Ikigai’ could boost your happiness

“Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life” by Hector Garcia and Francesc … Read more

Move to Summer Lake spurs poet’s creativity

Former Bend poet John Martin to headline Second Sunday

Poet John Martin left Central Oregon 11 months ago to begin a new job as … Read more

Tender story of the immigrant experience chosen for 2018 A Novel Idea

Rakesh Satyal’s ‘No One Can Pronounce My Name’ is set in Cleveland suburb

A tender story of the immigrant experience set in an Indian-American community in suburban Cleveland … Read more

Victorian surgeons learn art of cleanliness

“The Butchering Art: Joseph Lister’s Quest to Transform the Grisly World of Victorian Medicine” by … Read more

Telling the tale of the umbrella’s misty origins

“Brolliology: A History of the Umbrella in Life and Literature” by Marion Rankine (Melville, 192 … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 26, compiled from data … Read more

Bend author lands three-book deal with new mystery series

Kathleen Valenti’s debut entwines pharmaceuticals, technology and murder

Almost everyone has experienced technical glitches with their phones or computers at some point. Most … Read more

A ‘Red-Haired Woman’ turns lives upside down in new novel

I really enjoyed this short but dense book, “The Red-Haired Woman” by Turkish Nobel Prize-winning … Read more

Love blooms in Brooklyn — with a corpse

“In the Midst of Winter” by Isabel Allende. Translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor … Read more

This week’s best-sellers from Publishers Weekly

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 19, compiled from data … Read more

Bend author describes past medical misfires

Nate Pedersen’s “Quackery” a cocktail of history, science and macabre humor

You may have heard the saying “The cure is worse than the illness” (cod liver … Read more

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