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2013's best books to get you thinking about food

...what Southern cooking is ? will want this book. MAST BROTHERS CHOCOLATE BY RICK MAST AND MICHAEL MAST (LITTLE, BROWN AND CO., $40): Gratuitous, over-the-top odes to all things chocolate have become annoyingly common on the cookbook scene...

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'Changed' chronicles women's rise

...succession, would turn out to be Clinton herself." BY THE BOOK TITLE: When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present AUTHOR: Gail Collins PUBLISHER: Little, Brown and Co. (480 pages, $27.99)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/12/06/liv_558274.shtml
Life & style
Student balances college and book contract

...hyperventilate, and I burst into tears," says the petite teenager, the youngest author signed in decades by Little, Brown and Co. A friend pointed at Viswanathan and screamed: "She's the one who wrote that book!" With her face as bright as...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/24/art_78031.shtml
Arts
Richt still looking for balance in UGA's offense

...took the dare. Having seen Shockley's success throwing the ball, South Carolina played back on defense, inviting Brown and Co. to run the ball. Now, says Shockley, it will be interesting to see how Louisiana-Monroe lines up defensively...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/09/16/uga_3014.shtml
UGA
Highlights from this fall's book releases

...huge auctions or books that publishers got really excited about," says Geoff Shandler, editor in chief of Little, Brown and Co. "I'm afraid I must agree with that," says HarperCollins' Burnham, who adds that the number of "standout literary...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/08/21/art_4118.shtml
Arts
Summer reading heats up with new book releases

...racially mixed victim. Los Angeles Police Detective Harry Bosch makes the case. RELEASE DATE: Out now, Little, Brown and Co., $26.95 The Book: 1776, by David McCullough THE BASICS: The first year of the American Revolution was a tumultuous...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/05/29/art_454455.shtml
Arts
'Behaving' premise seems more suited for television

...isn't a perfect book, but its best qualities -- light comedy and sexy deities -- might be perfect for prime-time TV. BY THE BOOK TITLE: Gods Behaving Badly AUTHOR: Marie Phillips PUBLISHER: Little, Brown and Co. (288 pages. $23.99)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/01/20/liv_180932.shtml
Life & style
Cumbee fund-raiser was huge success

...of the terrific runners. I would like to give a very special thank you to all of our sponsors: Target; Bechtel; Brown and Co.; Aiken Regional Medical Centers; Bridgestone/Firestone; South Aiken Physical Therapy; Carolina Awards; Carolina...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/10/10/let_146880.shtml
Letters
Women sink their teeth into urban novels

...sold more than 53 million copies worldwide since the first book's release in 2005, according to publisher Little, Brown and Co. Ms. Meyer's newest, the more adult-oriented The Host , has 2 million copies in print domestically. Call it...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/08/09/liv_543627.shtml
Life & style
Reporters' novels are good picks for presents

...sunken treasure does to people, this is your book, too. Finally, I liked Robert Coram's Boyd ($27.95, Little, Brown and Co.). Mr. Coram, a former Atlanta reporter, has written some hilarious crime novels, but this is more serious work...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/12/14/kir_391411.shtml
Bill Kirby