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5 Books That Made A Difference to David Duchovny
The sexy bad boy of Californication —Agent Mulder, to X-Files fans—enjoys brilliant essays and American authors with provocative conspiracy theories.
18 Books to Watch for in April 2011
From hard-boiled detective fiction like Edward Conlon's Red on Red to the social science breakthroughs in Tina Rosenberg's Join the Club, April's got something for everyone.
20 Books of Poetry Everyone Should Own
Verse to reach for on a lazy evening—or a difficult day: The poetry no reader's library should be without.
17 Books to Watch for in March 2011
From the debut novel of 25-year-old Tea Obreht (one of the New Yorker's 20 Under 40) to Joshua Foer's enthralling investigation into the current state of memory, March 2011 has something for everyone.
Whether you like a love story that reads like a thriller or prefer poetry to
prose, these page-turners have a little something for everyone.
15 Books to Watch for in February 2011
The shocking effects of princesses on young minds, long-awaited truths about one of the most secretive writers, and more stunning reads.
15 Books to Watch for in January 2011
From a riveting memoir of a woman's tormented relationship with her mother to the life lessons gleaned from overcoming a debilitating disease, O's editors pick 15 amazing reads to start the year.