Darrell Delamaide is a writer and journalist living in Washington, D.C. He is the author of two nonfiction books, Debt Shock and The New Superregions of Europe, and a financial thriller, Gold. He has specialized in economics and business over a long journalism career. Born in Kansas and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Delamaide was a Fulbright Scholar in Germany and has a master’s degree from Columbia University. He spent several years as a foreign correspondent in Paris and other European cities.
69 entries by Darrell Delamaide
By Sarah Lohman
A playful, erudite guide to our culinary evolution.
By James Carlos Blake
This noir thriller kicks into high gear after a slow start.
By Robert Olen Butler
Strong characters and a vivid sense of place make this third installment in the Cobb series a winner.
A rollicking, imperfect thriller that may play out better on the big screen.
In a book that is about much more than farming, Arlo Crawford details the hard work required for agriculture and the work required for self-fulfillment and discovery.
Martin Cruz Smith
Older and wiser, Arkady Renko investigates the links between a mysterious meeting and a crusading journalist's death.
This excellent but relatively compact view of Napoleon’s life and achievements offers a sweeping assessment of what he has meant for the history of Europe.
Amid the overwhelming misery of war, journals and private letters show the resilience of the human spirit.
Murder amid the truffle-scented good life in southern France, in a follow-on to Bruno, Chief of Police.
Edited by John Donohue
Cooking exploits of some famous and not-so-famous men.
The latest adventure of the eunuch investigator Yashim in the Byzantine world of the Ottoman Empire.
Branko Milanovic's brief and idiosyncratic history of inequality around the globe