A quirky adventure story about whales, "action nerds", and a secret 623 feet underwater off the coast of Chille.
If all the king's horses and all the king's men can't protect a president from one random crazy jackass, how can we protect ourselves from one or two guys intent on an ugly terrorist attack against US civilians?
A discussion of Ross Macdonald's Lew Archer novels raises the issue of a perceived decline in Mcdonald's stature as a master of American crime fiction. Was it really the serial killers' fault?
Here's a cool book for anyone who speaks a bit of Spanish and would like to learn more...
I haven't even finished reading all of the books I bought the last time I visited Half-Price Books, but that didn't stop me from loading up again.
Agatha Christie wrote mysteries for the masses. Intentionally or not, they all had political and philosophical undertones.
Physicist and prolific author Gregory Benford brings many a new twist to the theme of 'first contact' with a very alien intelligence in a novel which aroused a genuine sense of wonder.
Waging a one-man war against a terrible, terrible superhero comic.
Before he swaps a Seattle prison for the seething snake-pit of Iskandryia, ZeeZee has no idea that he was fathered by a man of prominence and power. Awaiting him are a potential wife, a murder riddle, sudden violence — and a new identity and social standing.