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Andrea Camilleri, the Sicilian author who penned the Inspector Montalbano novels and around 100 other works, has died aged 93.
Guests must choose a hat, the more flamboyant the better, and listen for instructions from the 'Cheshire Cat' before they are allowed into the tea party.
A crowdfunding site has raised tens of thousands of pounds to try to keep the Lady Chatterley's Lover copy that was used in the 1960 obscenity trial in the United Kingdom.
Turin's book fair is under fire over links to Altaforte, the publisher of a book of interviews with right-wing populist Matteo Salvini.
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The monument was severely damaged in a fire on Monday evening.
A vaccine came too late for his daughter, Olivia.
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"Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum" follows a friendly horse as he takes students on a tour of an art museum.
"Harry Potter" bookshop celebrates 113th birthday
A true democratisation of resources.
A Kuwaiti artist has created a "Cemetery of Banned Books" to protest the government's ban on thousands of pieces of literature
A Swiss bookstore decided to turn Black Friday on its head, encouraging customers to make charitable donations instead of snapping up cheap deals.
She had to row for 12 hours every day for over 100 days, faced up to 10-metre waves with only herself for company and lost contact with the outside world.
French bookstores have criticised the decision to include his self-published novel on the long-list for this year’s Prix Renaudot because it is only available via Amazon.
Paul and Leila Morris decided to sell the shop so they can enjoy an early retirement.
Elena González never expected that a recent sort through of stock at her second-hand bookstore in western Spain would lead to a call to bomb disposal experts.
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A bookshop in the UK who tweeted about its worst trading day on Monday, has since been been flooded with support to record its “best week.”
Murals of Tibet took its author ten years to research and compile
Sales of the former FBI director's memoir were reported to be brisk
Inès de la Fressange and Sophie Gachet give out their secret tips and addresses to look like a stylish Parisian.