‘most visitors left with a signed copy of Hillary’s autobiography, ‘Living History”
Why Ronald E. Merrill’s updated classic got me thinking about ghosts, Karl Marx and ‘The Communist Manifesto.’
Erotic trilogy captured e-reader, print markets
Robert Zorn’s ‘Cemetery John’ provides answers to unsettled questions about the most famous crime in US history.
Funeral forthcoming for liberalism: ‘We are holding a small ceremony at the Roosevelt Memorial. I hope well wishers will attend.’
The author suspects that his political leanings had something to do with the paper’s decision not to review his bestselling book.
Frum is a talented writer, but his new book doesn’t reflect that.
Tom Coburn’s new book combines shocking information about the federal budget with an accessible writing style.
In ‘Ameritopia,’ popular talk radio host Mark Levin takes on the left’s contradictions.
In his new book, Ira Shapiro recounts how the Senate became so partisan and dysfunctional.
Beinart’s new book on Israel, ‘The Crisis of Zionism,’ reads like it was written in the late 1990s.
Author Sam Harris says we don’t have free will. He’s right.
‘You’ve been over every subject except for my book. … I think it’s insulting’
Today’s academics are producing a steady stream of books that are of interest to practically no one.
Why Jason Mattera’s new book is a must-read.
Colbert will pen ‘I Am a Pole (And So Can You!)’ with Maurice Sendak’s blessing
It’s the Clinton White House all over again.
An excerpt from a new book about President Obama.
A review of “Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power: 1965-1975.”
In “Mormons Believe … What?!” Gary Lawrence explains what Mormons believe and, more importantly, what they don’t.