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Philip Marlowe soon will be back on the case.
Philip Marlowe will soon be back on the case.
Blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng (chehn gwahng-chung) will have a memoir coming out next year.
A decade after reading Tony Horwitz's "Confederates in the Attic," I have one lasting memory of hilarity at Rebel re-enactors bedding down on blankets all in a row on frozen ground (grown men on a Civil War sleepover) - along with wonder at the kinship between the Confederacy and folks who honor its memory.
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly has signed on to write two more books, including a presidential history.
Mitt Romney says the tea party is good for Washington. The Republican presidential contender made his comments as the Democratic Party tries to cast all GOP hopefuls under one tea party banner.
Two New York Times reporters have a deal for a book about the phone hacking scandal that has shaken Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
A few weeks back, a Washington summer internship made the news. The 17-year-old son of Rob Lowe, "Brat Pack" darling and "The West Wing" star, was to begin working in the office of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Virginia Republican. Readers of Mr. Lowe's remarkable autobiography, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends," released this year, already had been introduced to the actor's son through the stories and pictures Mr. Lowe shares in the book.
Yes, it's possible: Bill O'Reilly is getting bolder and fresher.