Grand Central Publishing
Grand Central: How a Train Station Transformed America
With photos and prose, a veteran New York Times reporter celebrates this bustling iconic landmark with its century of fascinating history.
The Residue Years
A debut "autobiographical novel" told from the perspectives of a mother and son struggling in America's whitest city, Portland, Oregon.
The Perfect Stranger
When does a blogger share too much -- and risk her life in the process? Online sharing, cancer recovery, and crime -- all intersect in this novel.
St. Martin's Griffin
Like Any Normal Day: A Story of Devotion
One football tackle of a handsome, talented high school senior leaves him a quadriplegic, and also changes lives around him;a sports reporter's award-winning intimate portrait of this true story.