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
Discover the fascinating rise of James K. Polk in Tennessee and on the national political scene in this engaging biography by Charles Grier Sellers
I enjoyed reading John Tyler, the Accidental President and learned a lot about a President whose name most Americans won’t even recognize.
A wonderful conclusion to the award-winning trilogy. The biography starts after Roosevelt has left the White House, and follows him until his death
Politics and policy took front and center in Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris, which was interesting, but Mr. Roosevelt’s life to a second seat
A compelling narrative of an administration steeped in non-stop scandal, much of it its own doing. Touching almost every headline generated from the oval
This was a fascinating book, and certainly intensively researched. Mr. Morris’ narrative is very readable, it is obvious he is fascinated Mr. Roosevelt
I enjoyed The Unexpected President, despite the lack of documents left to us by Arthur. He destroyed all his papers towards the end of his life.
It says a lot about President George H. W. Bush when one of his best friends came to be the person who handed him a defeat for his second presidential term.
A historical fiction book taking place in 1793, following the life of Hercules, a slave in Mt. Vernon, as well as President George Washington’s chef.