C.S. Lewis (29, November 1898 – 22, November 1963) was an Irish writer and academic, mostly known for his book The Screwtape Letters and The Chronicles of Narni
The World War II book Agent Jack The True Story of MI5s Secret Nazi Hunter by Robert Hutton is expertly researched with extensive notes and bibliographical info
A Futile and Stupid Gesture How Doug Kenney and National Lampoon Changed Comedy Forever by Josh Karp – a biography of Doug Kenney who cofounded National Lampoon
George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross) was a English Victorian novelist which developed the method of psychological analysis characteristic of modern fiction
Fortune’s Child: A Novel of Empress Theodora – A historical novel about a woman who used her wits and good looks to become the wife of the ruler of the empire.
Justice in the West Bank? Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Goes to Court – Non-fiction book follows personalities of West Bank courts through interactions & cases
Gerhart Hauptmann (15 November, 1862 – 6 June 1946) was a German novelist and Nobel Prize laureate.
Chasing the Moon: People Politics and the Promise That Launched the Space Age – looking at the thinkers dreamers and futurists that envision the space program
Milo Weaver is back home after linking the Chinese government to the destruction of CIA’s Tourism Department. Instead of spending his life with his family
Bram Stoker (8 November, 1847 – 20 April, 1912) was an Irish, born in Dublin, author and theater manager who is best known for his 1897 classic novel – Dracula.