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Desert literature is an apt description of Bosahab Ahl Aala’s novel: barren, arduous and of little interest

The concept of secret societies that rules the world has been always a fascinating subject for writers, movie makers and readers

The announcement of the winner Wednesday, 9 September, coincides with the 9th anniversary of the death of the iconic Egyptian writer

'Rage' by Washington Post investigative journalist Bob Woodward unveils 25 letters the pair exchanged, in which Kim uses over-the-top wording as he fawns over Trump

In fiction, Ferrante was cited for her novel "The Lying Life of Adults," and McBride for 'Deacon King Kong,' an Oprah Winfrey book club pick

Shady Lewis has produced a novel with considerable suspense as he reviews the social and cultural history of Egypt’s Copts through the fortunes of one family

Marvel Comics announced this month that it's assembled Native artists and writers for 'Marvel Voices: Indigenous Voices,' an anthology that will revisit some of its Native characters

In his 13th novel, Safini Mara, or 'Save Your Heart for Me,' Naim Sabry experiments with an innovative style of storytelling as he looks at the difficult lives of the youth of the 1960s

The book offers a collection of coloured and plain drawings for children
Julia Reed, described as a 'tsunami of talent, charm, and energy,' promoted her native Mississippi Delta and wrote about food and culture in the South
Pete Hamill was one of the city's last great crusading columnists and links to journalism's days of chattering typewriters and smoked-filled banter
Hong Kong authorities say freedom of speech remains intact, but in the past two weeks public libraries have taken some books off the shelves
Random House announced Monday that Andrew Weissmann's ``Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation'' will be published Sept. 29
Anaya's World War II-era novel about a young Mexican-American boy's relationship with an older curandera, or healer, influenced a generation of Latino writers
Zafon began his career in juvenile literature before publishing the work, which became the most read Spanish novel after Miguel de Cervantes’ classic “Don Quixote”
The book is a collaboration with prize-winning illustrator Juana Martinez-Neal, and will include a recipe by Lakshmi, whose previous works include "Easy Exotic" and "Love, Loss and What We Ate.
The civil lawsuit in Washington's federal court follows warnings from President Donald Trump that Bolton could face a ``criminal problem`` if he doesn't halt plans to publish the book
As the death of George Floyd has prompted more than a week of street protests throughout the states, Americans at home are turning to books

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