James K. Decker's The Burn Zone is the best damned science fiction book this reviewer has read in quite some time.
The first book in a mystery series starring travel agent Amy Able.
A novel that intends to be powerful, but is instead preachy and a waste of time.
Imagine knowing something terrible is about to happen, and yet being powerless to prevent it...
It is possible for women to emancipate themselves through friendships with each other?
Readers will find themselves more sympathetic with the themes in The Steele Wolf than with those of the previous entry of the Iron Butterfly series.
Become the Master of Your Mind For centuries, scientists and psychologists have sought to unravel the secrets of creativity...
Monahan creates much intrigue-and fun—and will have readers looking forward to the next one.
Over twenty years ago, the Minnesota legislature passed the first chartered school law in the nation. It shouldn't have happened.
“. . . the elements of danger in the human prospect are by no means all located in ‘external’ threats, but in our ‘internal’ capacity to respond to those threats.” There's a silver lining, however: they are problems of our own making. Thus, they’re soluble.
Edward I. Koch, former mayor of New York, died February 1, 2013 in his beloved city; New Yorkers mourn.
The prospects of Super Bowl XLVIII being played so close to home are exciting for all Jets and Giants fans.
Another best of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Geraldine McEwan shines in the 1978 TV version The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Don't write this one off as "the next Twilight. It's way better than that.
US Health care ranked at 29th of 187 countries? Looking for ways to improve the present medical system by taking control of personal health.
Believe it or not, travel agents remain relevant even in today's world of online booking and free travel guide databases.
Now, with both my parents gone, I must face the indisputable fact that I am an orphan.
Meijer has crafted a brilliant album by interpreting the music of Philip Glass for harp.