Mary Shelley (30 August, 1787 – 1 February, 1851) was an English author who is mostly known for her novel, Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus – a classic.
Alexander the Great His Life and His Mysterious Death author Anthony Everitt paints of picture of his subject with all his strengths & weaknesses a flawed human
Wonder Woman has to deal with Circe a witch, and Ann Minerva a former friend now known as Cheetah. Included issues of Wonder Woman #16-24 Wonder Woman Annual #1
Edgar Lee Masters (23 August, 1868 – 5 March, 1950) was a poet and biographer from Kansas. A series of poems about his childhood appeared in a St. Louis journal
Even though The Liberation of Paris: How Eisenhower, de Gaulle,and von Choltitz Saved the City of Lightis short, it is full of information told is very readable
Great Battles is an easy read, chapters are a concise introduction and highlight the interesting parts of each battle without bogging down with too many details
Hugo Gernsback (16 August, 1884 – 19 August, 1967) was an American inventor, editor, and writer best known for publishing the first science fiction magazine.
A non-fiction meditation by the author about books he believes are influential and popular but are actually full of bad ideas when it comes to Christianity.
The Dark Knights, a twisted version of Batman, comes out between worlds. Batman is trapped in the Dark Multiverse and the Justice League must find the metals.
Daniel Keyes was an American author best known for his novel Flowers for Algernon, a 1958 short story that won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story in 1960.