Avid readers are always happy to tell you about the good things they've been reading, and we at The Inquirer are no different. Here's a roundup of the best new books that Inquirer staff members have read this year. Enjoy!
Hardcover For the week ended Dec. 14, compiled by Nielsen BookScan © 2014 The Nielsen Co. Fiction 1. Gray Mountain John Grisham. Doubleday. $29
One of the best things about Suki Kim's new book is that, in many ways, it's a book within a book.
The Meaning of Human Existence is a book title guaranteed to get one's attention, especially when written by one of the leading evolutionary biologists of our time.
- Top Stories
- Latest News