Readers across the country are remembering best-selling author Vince Flynn. He died from prostate cancer earlier this week. And doctors say he could become the poster child for a return to early screenings.
In the living room of Anne Tyler, you could shelve virtually all the books under a single heading: fiction. Eudora Welty. John Updike. Vladimir Nabokov. Reynolds Price. A rare brush with fact is “More Matter,” a collection of Updike’s essays and criticism. Otherwise, don’t expect any works of history or politics. Biographies? What’s the point? She knows how the story will end.
More than 60 pieces of jewelry from the personal collection of bestselling novelist Nora Roberts are being sold at auction.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Anne Tyler has been named one of 13 finalists for a literary prize that has a cash prize of more than $96,000.