R. Barri Flowers is an award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of more than sixty books.
The Story of My Life raises the question: what if Helen Keller had been poor?
In a world where so much is free or cheap, how do we assess the value of 99 cents?
A wonderful book for book lovers everywhere.
Cuts through language, culture, and time and speaks directly to the soul.
A master writer creates a master novel.
Further proof, if any were necessary, that cummings was the first great modernist American writer.
Steinbeck shows us that grand treasures and grand illusions are sometimes one and the same.
Two books share a common view of The Big Apple. New York survives.
A short story by the Russian master about humanity and its follies.