Fueled by 11 years of research, the new biography of Eleanor Roosevelt by David Michaelis, New York Times bestselling author of N. C. Wyeth, is both compelling and comprehensive, making… Click for more.
American cookery rests squarely on the shoulders of the late, great James Beard. After all, the man’s foundation and prestigious culinary awards, named in his honor, are considered the gold… Click for more.
Caves are sacred in Thailand, writes Thai American author Christina Soontornvat in her outstanding All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys’ Soccer Team. “A mountain holds power,… Click for more.
The phrase “worst-case scenario” calls to mind extreme situations, like being on a hijacked plane or a bridge during an earthquake. But perhaps more realistically, most worst-case scenarios are mundane.… Click for more.
Watch Over Me is an unusual ghost story in which the ghosts are both metaphors and characters in their own right. LaCour effectively blends contemporary perspectives on psychological themes, including… Click for more.
Tyler Maroney, a former journalist and co-founder of the private investigation firm QRI, loves his job. And in his debut book, The Modern Detective: How Corporate Intelligence Is Reshaping the… Click for more.
If you’ve never pondered life’s contingencies—like what might’ve happened if you’d skipped the party where you met your spouse—then Matt Haig’s novel The Midnight Library will be an eye-opening experience.… Click for more.