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Delays remain for some Hachette books on Amazon

Amid criticism, Texas fails to OK new textbooks

Olympia Le-Tan unveils her Disney handbags

Making the case for the benefits of fossil fuels

Phil Klay wins National Book Award for fiction

Bombshell memoirs of Hollande's ex get English release

Mike Love has book deal memoir due out in 2016

Billionaire says Hong Kong protest weakening hotel bookings

Book Talk: Ten years on, India's Bhagat prepared to face critics

Food books: a very good year for geeks and grains

Mark Owen writes follow-up to 'No Easy Day'

UK brothers orphaned in tsunami repay Sri Lankan support

World Chefs: Geoffrey Zakarian dishes on must-have ingredients in new book

Cameron Diaz flick rips off Italian novel

Zidane promotes son to Madrid reserves

Handler apologizes for watermelon joke at awards

Fresh selection of holiday picture books for kids

Sister of slain actress crusades against Manson

Stars Hunger for More 'Hunger Games'

Poland, Switzerland draw 2-2 in friendly

Paul Greengrass to helm '1984' adaptation

Wawrinka downs Cilic to make semis

Spain's Duchess of Alba, among Europe's richest aristocrats, dies

An oft-elusive yet gifty treat: coffee table books

Australia's first colonial cookbook with kangaroo brain, roasted wombat...

Students to re-sit engineering exam after major Adelaide university bungle

Icahn ups stake in eBay to nearly 46 million shares, sells more Netflix

Mo'ne Davis memoir coming next March

easyJet says positioned for more growth after annual profit jumps

Ontario deficit projections unchanged, books seen balanced in 2017-18

Angelina Jolie's film Unbroken has world premiere in Australia

'Call of Duty' blasts past $10 bn in sales

UK author Simon Winchester visits The Map That Changed The World

Author Michael Lewis prevails in 'Big Short' libel appeal

Venezuela cooks world's largest Christmas hallaca

Tension mounts in new '50 Shades of Grey' trailer

'Oldboy' director Park Chan-wook to helm sci-fi thriller 'Second Born'

UK easyJet shrugs off competition fears