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Doubleday Publishing

Doubleday was founded in 1897. Among their first bestsellers was The Day's Work by Rudyard Kipling. Today, Doubleday publishes an array of commercial fiction, literary fiction and serious nonfiction titles.

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The World of Poo
Terry Pratchett
Empire of Self: A Life of Gore Vidal
Jay Parini
My History: A Memoir of Growing Up
Antonia Fraser
Bats of the Republic: An Illuminated Novel
Zach Dodson
Wilkie Collins: A Brief Life
Peter Ackroyd
The Admissions
Meg Mitchell Moore
Today
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reviewed: Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS
I, admittedly, did not know much about ISIS before I cracked open BLACK FLAGS. Though I was nervous that most of the book wou...
Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS - Joby Warrick
reviewed: The Heart Goes Last
Margaret Atwood's first stand-alone novel in ten years is the literary event readers have been waiting for. The Heart Goes L...
The Heart Goes Last - Margaret Atwood
reviewed: Reckless: My Life as a Pretender
This no-holds-barred memoir by the former Pretenders front woman and iconic singer/songwriter Chrissie Hynde is not to be mis...
Reckless: My Life as a Pretender - Chrissie Hynde
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March 2015
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reviewed: Sea Lovers: New and Selected Stories
"Valerie Martin has done it again! Her collection of short stories proves she is a master of manipulating the eerie and maca...
Sea Lovers: New and Selected Stories - Valerie Martin
reviewed: The Night Sister: A Novel
"Sometimes all you need is to hide away in bed and lose yourself in the thrill of a truly scary book. The Night Sister, I ass...
The Night Sister: A Novel - Jennifer McMahon
February 2015
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reviewed: The Ambassador's Wife
The Ambassador’s Wife is bursting with passion, innate desire, and a woman’s devotion to her family. It is an enthralling rea...
The Ambassador's Wife - Jennifer Steil
reviewed: The Blumhouse Book of Nightmares: The Haunted City
As a devout fan of horror movies, I was thrilled to explore new fiction from some of the best writers in the business. Combi...
The Blumhouse Book of Nightmares: The Haunted City - Jason Blum
reviewed: The Billion Dollar Spy: A True Story of Cold War Espionage and Betrayal
This was a fascinating read. Pulling from previously secret documents and based on interviews with people who were actually ...
The Billion Dollar Spy: A True Story of Cold War Espionage and Betrayal - David E. Hoffman
reviewed: Bennington Girls Are Easy: A Novel
“The best part of the book was how real it felt. Although I don’t share the Bennington College background (or some of the ab...
Bennington Girls Are Easy: A Novel - Charlotte Silver
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February 2015
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reviewed: China Rich Girlfriend: A Novel
When publishing a book as deliciously fun as China Rich Girlfriend, there's always a bit of guilt involved: is the book anyth...
China Rich Girlfriend: A Novel - Kevin Kwan
reviewed: Madeleine's War
I'm a huge fan of stories that take place during WWII and Madeleine's War by Peter Watson was the perfect blend of romance an...
Madeleine's War - Peter Watson
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January 2015
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reviewed: Reagan: The Life
"This is a fascinating and insightful biography that seems to leave no stone unturned when it comes to the life of Ronald Rea...
Reagan: The Life - H.W. Brands
reviewed: The Forgotten Room: A Novel
Child's masterful use of vivid descriptions makes The Forgotten Room come alive in your hands. An intriguing story about "eni...
The Forgotten Room: A Novel - Lincoln Child
reviewed: The Knockoff: A Novel
When a forty-something fashion magazine editor returns from a leave of absence to discover that she has a twenty-something bo...
The Knockoff: A Novel - Lucy Sykes, Jo Piazza
January 2015
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reviewed: The Half Brother
"I'm a total sucker for novels set at private boarding schools in Holly LeCraw's The Half Brother appeals to adult readers wh...
The Half Brother - Holly LeCraw
reviewed: The Job: True Tales from the Life of a New York City Cop
When I first heard we'd be publishing this book, I had no idea it would be so timely. With NYC cops in the news so frequentl...
The Job: True Tales from the Life of a New York City Cop - Steve Osborne
reviewed: The Winter Family: A Novel
“This book caught me completely by surprise. The Winter Family is about a ruthless group of outlaws who come together during...
The Winter Family: A Novel - Clifford Jackman
reviewed: The Jazz Palace
"More than a decade in the writing, The Jazz Palace is a love letter to Mary Morris's hometown, Chicago. The city in the 1...
The Jazz Palace - Mary Morris
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