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The Silver Spoon

by John Galsworthy

"The Silver spoon" is a literary work that is part of the second trilogy of the Forsyte saga by John Galsworthy between 1906 and 1921. Fleur and Michael Mont show features of high society in their new and elegant...


by John Galsworthy

The subject of the second interlude is the naive and exuberant lifestyle of eight-year-old Jon Forsyte. He loves and is loved by his parents. He has an idyllic youth, his every desire indulged.

Stars Between the Sun and Moon: One Woman's Life in North Korea and Escape to Freedom

by Lucia Jang & Susan McClelland

An extraordinary memoir by a North Korean woman who defied the government to keep her family alive.

Born in the 1970s, Lucia Jang grew up in a common, rural North Korean household—her parents worked hard,...


by Gustave Flaubert

Salammbo is a literary work written by Gustave Flaubert and published in 1865. This story is set immediately after the first Punic War. Carthage has weakened and is now not able to keep the promises made to...

Force Recon Diary, 1969: The Riveting, True-to-Life Account of Survival and Death in One of the Most Highly Skilled Units in Vietnam

by Bruce H. Major Norton

The riveting, true-to-life account of survival, heroism and death in the elite Marine 3d Force Recon unit, one of one two Marine units to receive the Valorous Unit Citation during the Vietnam War. Doc Norton,...

The Divine Comedy : Purgatory

by Dante Alighieri

Purgatory is the second part of Dante's Divine Comedy, following the Inferno, and preceding the Paradiso. The poem was written in the early 14th century. It is an allegory telling of the climb of Dante up the...

Killing the Messenger: The Right-Wing Plot to Derail Hillary and Hijack Your Government

by David Brock


New York Times bestselling author and founder of Media Matters, David Brock takes readers on his daring and eye-opening odyssey through the maze of political trenches.

David Brock...

The Pentagon's Brain: An Uncensored History of DARPA, America's Top-Secret Military Research Agency

by Annie Jacobsen

The definitive history of DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, from the author of the New York Times bestseller Area 51

No one has ever written the history of the Defense Department's most secret,...

A Life Wild and Perilous

by Robert M. Utley

Early in the nineteenth century, the mountain men emerged as a small but distinctive group whose knowledge and experience of the trans-Mississippi West exted the national consciousness to continental dimensions....

The Crime and the Silence

by Anna Bikont & Alissa Valles

A monumental work of nonfiction on a wartime atrocity, its sixty-year denial, and the impact of its truth

Jan Gross's hugely controversial Neighbors was a historian's disclosure of the events in the small Polish...

Crescent over Another Horizon: Islam in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latino USA

by Maria del Mar Logroño Narbona, Paulo G. Pinto & John Tofik Karam

Muslims have been shaping the Americas and the Caribbean for more than five hundred years, yet this interplay is frequently overlooked or misconstrued. Brimming with revelations that synthesize area and ethnic...

Home Fires: The Story of the Women's Institute in the Second World War

by Julie Summers

Soon to be a PBS Masterpiece series starring Samantha Bond (Downton Abbey) and Francesca Annis (Cranford)


Away from the frontlines of World War II, in towns and villages across Great Britain, ordinary women...

Once in a Great City: A Detroit Story

by David Maraniss

“Elegiac and richly detailed...[Maraniss] succeeds with authoritative, adrenaline-laced flair...evocative.” —Michiko Kakutani for The New York Times

As David Maraniss captures it with power and affection,...

The Whiskey Rebellion: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Fro

by William Hogeland

A gripping and sensational tale of violence, alcohol, and taxes, The Whiskey Rebellion uncovers the radical eighteenth-century people’s movement, long ignored by historians, that contributed decisively to...

Rywka's Diary

by Rywka Lipszyc & Anita Friedman

In 1945, a doctor with the Soviet Red Army found a school notebook buried near the crematoria of the newly liberated Auschwitz concentration camp. Thinking the notebook looked interesting, she brought it home...

Rochester Knockings: A Novel of the Fox Sisters

by Hubert Haddad & Jennifer Grotz

Fictional retelling of the most famous spiritualists of the nineteenth century—the Fox Sisters, who conned everyone with their mysterious knockings.

Wonder Wisdom and War: Essays on early Ireland

by Halligan Brendan

This work by Brendan Halligan is comprised of four essays that explore areas of early Irish society and Old Irish, and were written as part of the author's undergraduate studies in Trinity College Dublin....

Shipwrecked in Paradise: Cleopatra's Barge in Hawai'i

by Paul F. Johnston

The first oceangoing yacht ever built in America, Cleopatra’s Barge, endured many incarnations over her eight-year life, from Mediterranean pleasure cruiser to a Hawaiian king’s personal yacht.

The famed...

Inglorious Revolution: Political Institutions, Sovereign Debt, and Financial Underdevelopment in Imperial Brazil

by William R. Summerhill

Nineteenth-century Brazil's constitutional monarchy credibly committed to repay sovereign debt, borrowing repeatedly in international and domestic capital markets without default. Yet it failed to lay the institutional...

Democracy's Beginning: The Athenian Story

by Thomas N. Mitchell

The first democracy, established in ancient Greece more than 2,500 years ago, has served as the foundation for every democratic system of government instituted down the centuries. In this lively history, author...