Answered By: Anna Simon Last Updated: May 22, 2018 Views: 137
The short answer is no, though some style guides suggest putting the year of publication in parenthesis after the title. The Chicago Manual of Style Online says, "authors [should] identify the sources of direct quotations or paraphrases and of any facts or opinions not generally known or easily checked." So a simple mention does not require a citation. Just remember to italicize the book title!