King's property, king's property, everything is correct. Elimane, Khoudiemata, Ndevui, Kpindi and Namsa—a family born of necessity, rather than blood—whistle this phrase to signal to one another, warning against potential… Click for more.
New York Times bestselling author Madeline Hunter begins a brand new historical romance series with a mystery inheritance from an eccentric benefactor, a roguish investigator and a secretive widow. <a… Click for more.
Henry Kissinger's approach to American foreign policy continues to be a subject of controversy, even though he's been out of government since the 1970s. Regarded as a brilliant statesman by… Click for more.
Svenja O'Donnell was never particularly close to her grandmother, Inge, whom she describes as an “aloof, somewhat selfish woman.” Unexpectedly, though, when O'Donnell visited the East Prussian town where her… Click for more.
Start with the TV show “Bonanza.” Lose the Ponderosa Ranch, the ten-gallon hats, the wholesome hijinks and Pa's endless supply of cash. Add a heaping dose of institutional racism, gang… Click for more.
On one level, Kate Milliken's dark and beautifully written debut is the story of three young women whose lives become inextricably entangled one summer. On another level, it's a meditative,… Click for more.