Both Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln are riveting and well written for any reader.
Women of the Frontier chronicles a fascinating frontier study based on journal entries, letters home, and song lyrics written by women who made the journey west.
Go back in history and view the beginning of the American Revolution through the eyes of its participants.
Well-researched and filled with fascinating data, The Long Road Home is a must read for Civil War history enthusiasts.
Meacham's Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power has much to teach us about realpolitik.
This fascinating novel exams all sides within the context of a very unique segment of American history.
A history that's not going to be everyone's liking as it runs contrary to most people's idea of Indians.
Island of Vice is a colorful, rollicking account of Theodore's fight with New York City vice in the 1890s.
A biography of the seventh President of the United States.
A warts-and-all study of a figure who is mostly all warts, Mickey Cohen offers a cogent exploration of the "celebrity mobster" and his inextricable links with L.A.