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Chinese Industrial Espionage: Technology Acquisition and Military Modernisation

by William C. Hannas, James Mulvenon & Anna B. Puglisi

Written by two of America's leading government analysts and an expert on Chinese cyber networks, this new book is the first full account, inside or outside government, of China's efforts to acquire foreign...


Dunmore's New World: The Extraordinary Life of a Royal Governor in Revolutionary America--with Jacobites, Counterfeiters, Land Schemes, Shipwrecks, Sc

by James Corbett David

Dunmore's New World tells the stranger-than-fiction story of Lord Dunmore, the last royal governor of Virginia, whose long-neglected life boasts a measure of scandal and intrigue rare in the annals of the colonial...


Top Down: The Ford Foundation, Black Power, and the Reinvention of Racial Liberalism

by Karen Ferguson

Karen Ferguson explores the consequences of the counterintuitive and unequal relationship between the elite liberal Ford Foundation and black power activists, arguing that codeveloped initiatives in education,...


The Templars

by Michael Haag

The first history of the legendary knights since the Vatican momentously released the records of their trial and exoneration

Who were the Templars?

What was the secret of their wealth and power?

Why did the pope...


The Kingdom of New York

by The New York Observer

For the last two decades, The New York Observer has documented the Platinum Age of New York, when the city's new elite rose and dominated society, media, business, and culture with an amusing arrogance that...


So Far from Dixie: Confederates in Yankee Prisons

by Philip Burnham

So Far from Dixie is the gripping narrative history of five men who were sent to Elmira and survived to document their stories.


A Field Guide to Stone Artifacts of Texas Indians

by Ellen Sue Turner & Thomas R. Hester

This book identifies and describes more than 200 dart and arrow projectile points and stone tools used by prehistoric Native Americans in Texas.


The Socialist Sixties: Crossing Borders in the Second World

by Anne E. Gorsuch & Diane P. Koenker

The 1960s have reemerged in scholarly and popular culture as a protean moment of cultural revolution and social transformation. In this volume socialist societies in the Second World (the Soviet Union, East...


Recovering Five Generations Hence: The Life and Writing of Lillian Jones Horace

by Nikki Brown, Alisha Knight & Brian M. Jack

Born in the 1880s in Jefferson, Texas, Lillian B. Jones Horace grew up in Fort Worth and dreamed of being a college-educated teacher, a goal she achieved. But life was hard for her and other blacks living and...


The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception

by H. Keith Melton & Robert Wallace

Magic or spycraft? In 1953, against the backdrop of the Cold War, the CIA initiated a top-secret program, code-named MKULTRA, to counter Soviet mind-control and interrogation techniques. Realizing that clandestine...


The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers

by Thomas Fleming

A compelling, intimate look at the founders—George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison—and the women who played essential roles in their lives

With...


1492: The Year the World Began

by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto

The world would end in 1492—so the prophets, soothsayers, and stargazers said. They were right. Their world did end. Ours began.

In this extraordinary, sweeping history, Felipe Fernández-Armesto traces key...


The Making of the President 1960

by Theodore H. White

The greatest political story ever told—the epic clash between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon, as captured in Theodore White's dramatic and groundbreaking chronicle

The Making of the President 1960 is...


The Map That Changed the World

by Simon Winchester

In 1793, a canal digger named William Smith made a startling discovery. He found that by tracing the placement of fossils, which he uncovered in his excavations, one could follow layers of rocks as they dipped...


The Ellan Vannin Story: Story of the Loss of the SS Ellan Vannin

by Richard Stafford

The SS Ellan Vannin sank on 3rd December 1909, approaching the Mersey in hurricane force winds and giant seas. All 35 passengers and crew were lost, and it was a national tragedy for the Isle of Man. This riveting...


Never to Return

by Hampton Creer

The remarkable story of Manx prisoners sent to the penal colonies during the 18th and 19th Centuries. The stories of their trials and subsequent journeys to Australia and Tasmania is remarkable, and this book...


False Alarm: The Truth about the Epidemic of Fear

by Marc Siegel

Life today for citizens of the developed world is safer, easier, and healthier than for any other people in history thanks to modern medicine, science, technology, and intelligence. So why is an epidemic of...


The Long War for Freedom: The Arab Struggle for Democracy in the Middle East

by Barry Rubin

Praise for The Long War for Freedom

"An extremely important book. The Long War for Freedom finally presents to the Western world an in-depth portrait of those 'small voices' in the Arab world waging the most...


Until the Last Trumpet Sounds: The Life of General of the Armies John J. Pershing

by Gene Smith

Critical Praise for Gene Smith On Until the Last Trumpet Sounds

"The best recent compact study of the commander of the American Expeditionary Force of World War I." Booklist

"A six-star effort . . . captures Pershing...


Fatal Treasure: Greed and Death, Emeralds and Gold, and the Obsessive Search for the Legendary Ghost Galleon Atocha

by Jedwin Smith

"In real life-especially off the Florida coast-things can have fatal consequences. Fatal Treasure is a truly compelling read."

-Aphrodite Jones, New York Times bestselling author of Cruel Sacrifice and All She...