When a young girl is found in a watery grave of Holbraek Fjord, Inspector Louise Rick is called due to her experience, knowledge and tactfulness with immigrants
Skios is a fun summer read, but may leave one wishing for more than just a few good jokes and great pacing.
Hodges captures the imagination of World War II history buffs, military strategists, and patriotic citizens as he relates the realities of war.
Little Night is a riveting story about sisters torn apart, and the healing power of love, hope, and nature.
Is Thailand the test case for Asian development?
A worthy contribution to Ellora's Cave For Men range. Hot!
This Hail Mary play holds up well with some modern accompaniments.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning former columnist looks back – but mostly forward – in this savvy and engaging memoir.
A fun, quirky erotic novel by Angela Meadows
With The Architect, expecting the unexpected, and sometimes the unacceptable, is part and parcel of the author's refusal to settle for the merely unsettling.
HBO's The Newsroom takes on truthiness
Alphas returns to Syfy July 23. What will become of the team? The actors tell all at Comic-Con (with video).
A most appropriatly titled release from Pillow.
It's a "wall of sound" from the Grateful Dead.
The typical issues faced by the parties in a contract.
Jason is no kid and, as a husband and father of three, he should have known better.
Annie's humor and dialogue may be dated, but its message of optimism and hope remains appealing to adults as well as kids.
John Pielmeier delivers a stage version of the famous supernatural tale, with mixed results.
When English theatre finally allows women to play the female roles, the last great female-role actor loses his sense of self.