The Publisher Who Saved Dr. Zhivago

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli - the Publisher Who Saved Dr. Zhivago

Dr. Zhivago is a classic novel and fascinating story. We didn't expect the tale behind it to be even more intriguing. From smuggling to sabotage, this is the book that had both the KGB and CIA scrambling. See why a plain, blue cloth, Russian language edition just sold for $11,000.

New from Harper Lee: Go Set A Watchman

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

When news hit in February that one-hit-wonder Harper Lee was not a one-hit-wonder at all, the literary world exploded. It's been a long, long wait but now Lee's long-lost manuscript Go Set a Watchman can be read by Mockingbird fans around the world.

The ABAA: America's Finest Books

Logo of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) is a name synonymous with fine, collectible books. Since 1949 the association has promoted the culture and community around rare books. With ~300 ABAA member booksellers on AbeBooks, you can find treasures easily.

Bill Gates' Summer Reading List

What If? by Randall Munroe

This isn't the first time that billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates has shared his reading suggestions - last December we talked about his five favorite reads of 2014. This time, he's taken to his blog to recommend some summer reading, from comics to statistics to whether or not humans should eat meat.

Housebreaking by Dan Pope

Housebreaking by Dan Pope

As both an author and a bookseller, Dan Pope is a true bibliophile. He's been selling books on AbeBooks for over 10 years, and in that time he's written two novels. His new book, Housebreaking, is out now. The New York Times calls it a "heartfelt chamber piece of flawed personalities, calamitous decisions and unexpected moments of grace."