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Oklahoman book review: Robin Cook's latest medical thriller 'Charlatans' brings the chills
Book review: Forty years after "Coma," Robin Cook returns with another scary read about medical malpractice. Read More
Book review: 'There's a Mystery There: The Primal Vision of Maurice Sendak'
Book review: Author Jonathan Cott examines children's writer Maurice Sendak by way of his last 'great book.' Read More
Oklahoma book review: Dan Brown's 'Origin' pits religion against science once again
Robert Langdon returns in Dan Brown's latest novel. "Origin" centers on the questions of who we are and where we came from. Read More
Oklahoma book signings
Three signings this week. Read More
Book review: Tom Coburn's latest is one part history, another part call-to-action
Tom Coburn's book’s appeal is limited to readers interested in a never-used, 230-year-old tool of the Constitution. For those fascinated by the concept, the book is dogma. For anyone who isn’t, the book is largely uninteresting. Read More
Oklahoman book review: 'Paperbacks from Hell' brings 20th century horror back from the dead
"Paperbacks from Hell" by Grady Hendrix examines "the twisted history of '70s and '80s horror fiction." Read More
Oklahoman book review: 'The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye' is a confusing mess of a book
Reviewer Marcie Everhart, a passionate fan of Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" trilogy, thinks David Lagercrantz is failing at continuing the series. Read More
Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers
"Da Vinci Code" author's new book, "Origin," tops Oklahoma fiction chart. Read More
Book review: 'Where the Animals Go: Tracking Wildlife With Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics' by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti
Book review: 'Where the Animals Go: Tracking Wildlife With Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics' by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti Read More
Oklahoman book review: When what doesn't kill you makes you smarter
"The Genius Plague" by David Walton takes a look at a fungus that makes you smarter, but also controls what you do. Read More
Hogwarts Express rescues stranded family in Scotland
LONDON (AP) — As if by magic, the Hogwarts Express has come to the rescue of a stranded family in Scotland. The train that took Harry Potter to school was played onscreen by the Jacobite steam train , which runs on a remote and scenic route through the Scottish Highlands. On Friday, it made an unscheduled stop... Read More
Oklahoma book signings
Three book signings this week. Read More
Oklahoman book review: What happened to the 'Girl in Snow'?
Mystery novel 'Girl in Snow' centers on death of 15-year-old girl. Read More
Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers
Oklahoma author Constance Squires tops Oklahoma best-sellers list. Read More
Oklahoman review: Photography book evokes poetry
Landscape photographers Diane Cook and Len Jenshel spent more than two years traveling to more than 70 sites across five continents to photograph some of the world’s most historic trees for “Wise Trees.” Read More
What to do in Oklahoma on Oct. 14, 2017: Catch Eddie Izzard's 'Believe Me Tour' at Midwest City's Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center
Today's featured event: MIDWEST CITY - British comedian, actor and activist Eddie Izzard is returning to Oklahoma tonight with his "Believe Me Tour." "An Intimate Evening with Eddie Izzard" is planned for 8 tonight at Midwest City's Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center, 6000 S Prosper... Read More
Oklahoman book review: 'Pluto's Ghost' sends unlikely group of astronauts into deep space
Aliens responding to the Voyager 1 space probe request a meeting at dwarf planet Pluto in B.C. Chase's latest novel, "Pluto's Ghost." Read More
Author to discuss what kids want to read
What do kids want to read? Longtime educator Gaye Sanders will provide answers at Oct. 17 event. Read More
Oklahoma book signings
Meet authors of books about Oklahoma State University athletics, murder and music. Read More
Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers
Louise Penny's latest Chief Inspector Gamache novel tops local fiction chart. Read More



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