By Brendan Duffy
@brendan_duffy I am halfway through House of Echoes and it is SO good and spooky. Makes me want to stay far away from the countryside!
By David Brooks
The Road to Character, by David Brooks, debuts at No 1 on NYT non fiction hardcover bestseller list
Lovely obit for William Zinsser, who wrote "On Writing Well." Can't count how many times I read that book. https://twitter.com/clairecm/status/5...
RT @luxetiffany: Nepal earthquake: British doctor who saved 23 lives after Everest avalanche hailed a hero http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015...
Dealing With China, by Henry Paulson, debuts at No 3 on NYT nonfiction hardcover bestseller list
@robdothutton @olivia_bays1 "Romps, Tots and Boffins" is excellent. Many of these entries have crossed into the new world, alas.
Best news I've heard today (it's still early!) is that Zuck is reading The New Jim Crow: https://m.facebook.com/zuck/posts/101...
"Hold Still," by Sally Mann, debuts at No. 9 on the NYT hardcover nonfiction list. Read @randykennedy3 interview https://myaccount.nytimes.com/auth/lo...
Just ordered @nathanielpopper's new book, "Digital Gold," a deeply-reported inside story of Bitcoin: http://www.amazon.com/Digital-Gold-Bi...
@yaelwrites Like me, you probably thought it was Thomas L. Floyd's Principles of Electric Circuits (8th Edition), right? Nope, that was #6!
By Paula Hawkins
Back atop the NYT hardcover fiction list: The Girl on the Train, by @paulahwrites
Finally finished @kimzetter's "Countdown to Zero Day," which everyone should read. Digital warfare is already here. http://www.amazon.com/Countdown-Zero-...
By F. Scott Fitzgerald
RT @nhendersonwsj: On Bin Laden's Bookshelf: "Secrets of the Federal Reserve" by Eustace Mullins. http://www.dni.gov/index.php/resource...
"For those who miss the work of the late great Michael Chrichton" - mystery source on the NOW $1.99 Doomsday Equation http://www.amazon.com/The-Doomsday-Eq...
RT @by_jmiller: Finally reading The Big Squeeze by @greenhousenyt. It was written before the recession but man is it still poignant. http:/…