Having a baby is . . . complicated. Dimple knows. She's a successful actress who is turning fortythough her agent and her resume insist she's only thirty-sixand she figures it's now or never. Certainly it's not a good time for an intriguing director to sh
The Living End is a tribute to an unforgettable woman, and a testimony to the way a disease can awaken an urgent desire for love and forgiveness. Told with sparkling wit and warmth, The Living End will resonate with families coping with Alzheimer's.
Isaac's Storm, The Devil in the White City, and Thunderstruck have all proven Erik Larson's ability to adroitly craft multilayered nonfiction. In his new In The Garden of Beasts, he demonstrates that gift again as he unfolds the often startling story of W