So many great reads, so little time...
By Robert Dallek
This new work charts FDR’s heroics and weaknesses but offers no fresh insights into America’s “third-greatest” president.
By Ruby Namdar; translated by Hillel Halkin
This breathtaking tale of a prominent professor's undoing is expertly woven with biblical passages.
By Stephen Greenblatt
The influential theorist who founded new historicism delivers his take on the West’s origin story.
By Victor Sebestyen
This “balanced, scholarly, and highly readable” new work captures the history-altering Bolshevik’s human side.
You'll enjoy this winning collection whether the wild calls to you or not.
By J.T. Ellison
This psychological thriller will have you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.
By Cristina De Stefano; translated by Marina Harss
A close examination of the controversial reporter’s life.