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The Empty Throne

January 7, 2015 Bernard Cornwell continues his story of the noble pagan warrior Uhtred in "The Empty Throne." (HarperCollins, 320 pages) King Alfred's dream of a unified "Englaland" or England is threatened. more »»

You Can't Make This Up

December 29, 2014 Renowned sportscaster Al Michaels, best known these days for NBC’s Sunday Night Football, made the signature call of the 1980 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid. more »»

Asylum City

December 5, 2014 The state of Israel is confronted with many refugees fleeing persecution in Africa, particularly from Eritrea. more »»

Woman With A Gun

December 5, 2014 While attending a writers' conference in St. Simons Island, Georgia, Phillip Margolin spotted an intriguing photograph of a woman in a wedding dress on a beach. more »»

The Reckoning

December 5, 2014 Patrick Bishop, the author of a number of acclaimed military histories, delves into the tumultuous origins of the modern state of Israel as he chronicles the death of Avraham Stern in his work which... more »»

Don't Give Up, Don't Give In

November 21, 2014 American hero Louis Zamperini shares his wisdom, values, lessons, secrets and other insights gleaned from his remarkable experiences in the powerful and inspiring “Don’t Give Up, Don’t Give In:... more »»

Silent Night

November 21, 2014 C.J. Kyle's first novel, "Silent Night," combines crime drama with romance. more »»

"Don't Give Up, Don't Give In"

November 20, 2014 American hero Louis Zamperini shares his wisdom, values, lessons, secrets and other insights gleaned from his remarkable experiences in the powerful and inspiring “Don’t Give Up, Don’t Give In:... more »»

Fish Tails

November 13, 2014 Sheri S. Tepper's science fiction/fantasy tale of Abasio and Xulai and their sea babies continues in her latest work, "Fish Tails. more »»

The Washington Strategem

November 13, 2014 Adam Lebor's "special" negotiator for the United Nations, Yael Azoulay, finds herself embroiled in another dangerous assignment as she tries to prevent the take over of the UN by corrupt... more »»

Good Dog

November 5, 2014 David DiBenedetto and the editors of Garden and Gun magazine pay homage to the second member of what they jokingly call their "Holy Trinity — bourbon, dogs, and barbecue" in a compilation of tribute... more »»

The Great Grisby

October 17, 2014 Dog lovers be on alert for Mikita Brottman's salute to the dog, in her entertaining tribute to the great canines of history, "The Great Grisby: Two Thousand Years of Literary, Royal, Philosophical... more »»

Dark Spies

October 17, 2014 Matthew Dunn's "Spycatcher" series continues as Will Cochrane tracks down a Russian mole who has infiltrated the highest levels of the CIA and is plotting to turn America's war on terror in... more »»

Gutenberg's Apprentice

October 17, 2014 Alix Christie's debut novel captures the dramatic tale of the ambitious and complicated man who invented the printing press through the eyes of the young Peter Schoeffer, a former scribe who served... more »»

Camelot's Court

September 30, 2014 Presidential historian Robert Dallek's acclaimed work on the Kennedy administration, "Camelot's Court: Inside the Kennedy White House" has been released in paperback. more »»

Aunty Lee's Deadly Specials

September 30, 2014 Buah keluak is a nut from the mangrove tree that in nature contains a great deal of the deadly cyanide poison. more »»

To Dwell In Darkness

September 30, 2014 Deborah Crombie's Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James series continues in her latest, "To Dwell in Darkness. more »»

Murder 101

September 3, 2014 Faye Kellerman's Detective Peter Decker has moved from the fast-paced crime ridden streets of Los Angeles to upstate New York with his wife Rina so that they might enter semi-retirement and be close... more »»

Murder 101

September 3, 2014 By REGINA M. more »»

Ecstatic Nation

August 28, 2014 To the list of popular historians such as Thomas Goodrich, Doris Kearns Goodwin and the late Shelby Foote, one might add Brenda Wineapple and her impressive treatment of perhaps the most critical er... more »»



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