'Tis the season for suspense: bounty hunters, the Army, the F.B.I., the C.I.A., forensics, and judicial corruption.
October’s Open Book Night took place on one of the most bone-chilling days we have had this year.
Wanting more gritty or intricately plotted suspense, more mysteries told from multiple perspectives, or more stories about families? We have some read alikes for you.
Decorate your bookshelves this Halloween with spooky novels.
We asked our book expert staff what books have worked well in the book clubs they host in library branches across the city.
A list of seven books that will haunt you long after you finish the last line.
This list of game changers focuses on anything and everything that made readers think differently about the book they were read or the books they may read in the future.
If you read and enjoyed any of these bestselling titles, or you are waiting in queue, here are a few read alikes. There is never a reason to leave a library empty handed.
Are you looking for some reads that won't give your little people the frights? Monsters aren't always scary; in fact, sometimes they are silly and sweet. Check out a few of my favorite not-so-scary monsters stories.
Nerds of all stripes are gearing up for New York Comic Con, which begins Oct. 6 and runs through the weekend. Many of us at NYPL are especially excited, because the first day of the conference focuses on comic books, graphic novels, and manga.
Romantic urban fantasy, gritty mysteries, and tales of amateur detectives... three more newcomers on the list this week!
En honor del "mes de la Herencia Hispana", presentamos a continuación una selección de biografías recientes que esperamos sea de su agrado.
Discover facts, stories, events, activities, and reading resources.
Here are a few colorful detectives and crime/thriller/mystery series from NYPL staff for all you crime drama fans.
Author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, who created more than 20 picture books about the Llama family and other memorable characters, died yesterday at 50.
Here's a list of books that I'd recommend to the citizens of Stars Hollow if I were behind the reference desk at the SHPL.
Readers recommended books from Norway to Egypt, and Japan to the Dominican Republic. Please share your favorite international reading with us in the comments section below.
Half a century after the Montgomery Bus Boycott that began with Rosa Parks, many authors of children’s literature are writing compelling middle-grade stories about the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and ’60s.
Two new titles join this list this week: historical fiction about the Underground Railroad and the newest installment of a popular series of F.B.I. thrillers.
An interview, a book list, and a discussion of author Jason Reynolds