Central Park West draws from James Comey's experience in the FBI and as a U.S attorney for the southern district of New York.(Image credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with former FBI Director James Comey about his new thriller Central Park West.
From excessive hygiene to low-fiber diets, author Theresa MacPhail explores the deep-rooted causes of rising allergy rates in her new book Allergic. (Image credit: Getty Images)
The Enlightenment of Katzuo Nakamatsu, The House on Via Gemito, and Cousins together form a tour of human darkness where liberation comes in many forms.(Image credit: Meghan Collins Sullivan/NPR)
Chris Carosa literally wrote the book on burgers. In Hamburger Dreams, he traces the first hamburger to 1885, and to two brothers Frank and Charles Menches.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks to author Mike Bockoven about his new book Killing It, a darkly funny story about four standup comedians who face literal death in a comedy club.