Harper Lee (April 28, 1926 – 19 February, 2016) was a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist. She is known for her 1961 classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
An unnamed narrator as she helps her editor hide from the Memory Police and cope with an Orwellian world where memories no longer exist.
Killin’ Generals: The Making of the Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WW II Movie of All Time takes a look at the The Dirty Dozen, from the book to the big screen
Thomas McMahon (21 April, 1943 – 14 February, 1999) was an author and educator from Ohio. Mr. McMahon was also a pioneer in biomechanics and an investor.
James K. Polk, Vol. 2: Continentalist, 1843-1846 offers a critical analysis of President James K. Polk’s achievements and how they impacted the United States
The captivating richly detailed saga of three generations of a cursed South Indian family cursed for generations in Abraham Verghese’s The Covenant of Water
James Branch Cabell was a Virginian author known for writing fantasy fiction, comedies, short stories, essays, as well as poetry
A charming debut novel, about an unlikely friendship between an elderly widow and a giant Pacific octopus that will leave you surprised and delighted!
The Flash Gang has struck again! They are the most notorious thieves in Pittsburgh, food-stealing crooks the police and newspapers say are very dangerous
In The Secret Gate Mitchell Zuckoff delivers the courage and sacrifice of a prominent Afghan writer and an American diplomat during the collapse of Afghanistan