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Grand Central Publishing, formerly Warner Books, came into existence in 1970 when Warner Communications acquired the Paperback Library, subsequently publishing paperback reprints editions of such bestsellers as Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird and Umberto Eco's The Name Of The Rose. Today Grand Central Publishing reaches a diverse audience through hardcover, trade paperback and mass market imprints that cater to every kind of reader.

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The first major biography to view two of the great leaders of the 19th century as self-made men, written by Harvard University professor John Stauffer, winner of the Frederick Douglas Book Prize.

Sherrill Bodine has been writing stories since junior high. She has published 15 award-winning novels under two pseudoynyms (Lynn Leslie and Leslie Lynn). Now she's decided to be herself and write about the people, parties, and... more

David Baldacci has authored 17 books (including Absolute Power, which later became a movie starring Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman), seven screenplays, a novella, and short stories. Baldacci's books are all bestsellers, and have... more

Bestselling Historical Romance author Elizabeth Hoyt will be with us to talk about her latest book in The Legend of Four Soldiers series TO SEDUCE A SINNER.

Live interview with bestselling author Brad Meltzer by bloggers from literary, comic and mystery blogs about his new novel THE BOOK OF LIES.

It's a great year to be an American and a voter. Don't miss out on MIKE'S ELECTION GUIDE - the indispensable book that belongs in every American's back pocket this season. In addition to his work as a mega-bestselling author,... more

The New York Times bestselling and universally acclaimed author Anne Rivers Siddons tells the beautiful, tragic, and redemptive story of a woman who searches for meaning after her husband dies. Read by Jane Alexander.

An insightful and intense personal narrative, Fixing Hell shows readers Abu Ghraib as they've never seen it before. Read by Eric Kramer

In his 14th book, bestselling author Nicholas Sparks tells the unforgettable story of a man whose brushes with death lead him to the love of his life. Read by John Bedford Lloyd.

In the Fall of 2006, Dean Karnazes, known as the "Lance Armstrong of the running world," took on the ultimate challenge: running 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 consecutive days. Dean set off in a caravan packed with... more