By Art Taylor
David L. Robbins
A tense military thriller proves hard to put down and impossible to forget.
Margaret Atwood returns to the short story genre with her latest collection of nine tales that brilliantly and playfully reveal the darker shadings of human experience.
On this day 227 years ago, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention released the text of a new charter of government. They had wrangled since late May, through a sweltering summer, to produce a document that carried deep flaws and great virtues. To mark Constitution Day, we offer a list of five great books about America’s seminal manuscript.
A popular skeptic puts a secular spin on the mystical.
In this historical novel set during England’s Wars of the Roses, Queen Margaret of Anjou is the heroine of the story.