Well-researched with lots of insights into what drove Joseph P. Kennedy.
Both Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln are riveting and well written for any reader.
The former Secretary of State writes about her upbringing during World War II in Europe, pairing it with an amazing history lesson.
Life in the Land of “IS” is a biography of the woman listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the World's Longest Living Quadriplegic.
A firsthand account of a childhood and life that has been tainted by Communism.
Based on the writings of a unique and fascinating woman whose life spanned almost the entire twentieth century.
In 1939 a simple, blue collar carpenter almost managed to kill Hitler.
The King of Infinite Space is a valuable work on Euclidian mathematical principles and modern day applications.
Child actor writes story of her dominating stage mother who pushed her and her sister to fulfill her ideas of perfection.
The Imposter proves that what goes on behind closed doors (and minds) is more horrifying than the scariest horror movie