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
A Tale of Love and Darkness by Amos Oz is an autobiography, about the author’s childhood in Jerusalem and his teenage years in Kibbutz Hulda
When Surrender by Bono was published, I knew it was a must-read for me. I immediately took a liking to the format, 40 chapters each one relates to a U2 song
A biography of Anna Rosenberg, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant who helped millions of Americans through legislation, competence, and leadership
Sea Stories is not a tell-all book, athe Admiral is a meticulous planner, a great leader, and a strategic genius, which makes the stories very absorbing.
The Pharmacist of Auschwitz is an engrossing book. I was fascinated by two aspects of the book, the role of business in the killing, and Nazi hunters
I enjoyed reading John Tyler, the Accidental President and learned a lot about a President whose name most Americans won’t even recognize.
Relying on documents relating to Harrison’s activity in Indiana from the Indiana Historical Society, the author provides a window into frontier challenges
A wonderful conclusion to the award-winning trilogy. The biography starts after Roosevelt has left the White House, and follows him until his death
As someone working closely with Mr. Pratchett, the author witnessed the tragedy, as well as comedy, of working with a declining beloved person