Tim Gebhart lives in Sioux Falls, SD, where he practices law in order to provide shelter for his family, his dogs, and his books. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle and his blog de guerre is A Progressive on the Prairie.
Literary device helps drive allegorical tale amidst Portugal's society and authoritarian government in 1938.
First English translation of original Jules Verne manuscript appears a century after being written.
Second addition to unconventional series of novels undermined by failure to acknowledge its predecessor or the series.
Whether searching miles beneath the Earth or in galaxies light years away, scientists assess possibility of extraterrestrial life.
Author's Himalaya trek takes reader on physical and personal journey.
Memorable central character narrates first novel's exploration of the landscape of a social outcast.
Jon Glaser blows the lid off 100% Real* rock and roll secrets.
Author's conversational tone and real life analogies make it easier to understand the building blocks of music.
Collection of essays examines Christmas from the furthest end of the spectrum - atheism.
Traditional conflicts and contemporary issues drive novel set in a dystopian near-future Buenos Aires.