22 entries by Tom Glenn
Two very different books on opera feature the career of a once-leading baritone and the life of Richard Wagner.
The horror of war and its traumatic aftermath are the transfixing center of the author’s first novel.
In a novel stuffed with characters and strange events from history, an accomplished forger struggles to discover who he really is.
A thoughtful biography examines the career of the man who did everything “by the book,” but never quite understood the biggest enemy he came up against.
John L. Locke
A look at the biological evidence behind miscommunication between members of the opposite sex.
From a prize-winning writer, a study of two geniuses who, together, have probably done more to shape modern theater than any other.
Andrew Imbrie Dayton and Elahe Talieh Dayton
Three generations of an Iranian family struggle to survive and prosper in the midst of their country’s bloody history.
For the reviewer, this masterful novel of Vietnam stirred up memories all too real.
Coming to terms with the gruesome truth of combat, by a veteran of Vietnam.
Easing into the art of "drama by means of music."
A detailed look at some FBI operations designed to thwart Chinese espionage against the United States.
Bob Drury and Tom Clavin
The harrowing story of how 11 Marines, doing their jobs, oversaw the escape of thousands from the U.S. Embassy in Saigon.
Antics of two Marine helicopter pilots fill this Vietnam novel written by a Marine pilot who served in Vietnam.
The spymaster who created the OSS and modern American espionage: a story of bravado in early shadow warfare.