Jesse Kellerman, who lives in Berkeley, has written another novel with his father, Jonathan, about the former UC Berkeley basketball player turned deputy-coroner-cum-detective.
This novel by a Berkeley native takes readers to Cairo in three different points in time and explores the relationship of Muslims and Jews over three centuries.
This fascinating memoir by Anna Rabkin, Berkeley’s former auditor, tells how her parents hid her from the Nazis, her escape from Poland to England and how she came to the U.S.
Daniel Ellsberg, who lives in Kensington, is a character in Spielberg’s film ‘The Post.’ But there are other classified documents he wishes he’d leaked, as he tells us in this book
Books do furnish a room (and make great holiday gifts). Some of Berkeleyside’s team picks their favorite reads of 2017.
The blogger and science journalist is the author of five books of nonfiction. This is her first novel.
This Berkeley author, the daughter of two Holocaust survivors, has written an affecting memoir that explores the impact of her parents’ experiences on her own life.
The Berkeley journalist Lauren Markham has written a sensitive, moving portrait of two young “unaccompanied minors” from El Salvador.
In Janelle Brown’s new novel, Billie Flanagan lives with her husband and 15-year-old daughter in the Elmwood District. Then she disappears.
Inspired by Thomas Frank’s 2004 bestseller, ‘What’s the Matter with Kansas,’ Cal sociologist Arlie Hochschild set out to understand the paradox that underlies the right-left split.
Only the kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh, Jr. could match the sensationalism of Patty Hearst’s seizure from her Berkeley apartment