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The Crisis of the Old Order: 1919-1933, The Age of Roosevelt, Volume I

by Jr.", Arthur M. "Schlesinger

The Crisis of the Old Order, 1919-1933, volume one of Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and biographer Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.’s Age of Roosevelt series, is the first of three books that interpret the political,...

Inventing the Truth: The Art and Craft of Memoir

by William Zinsser

In this perfect companion for anyone beguiled by memoirs or embarking on writing one, nine distinguished authors -- Russell Baker, Jill Ker Conway, Annie Dillard, Ian Frazier, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Alfred...

Laughing Boy: A Navajo Love Story

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1930

by Oliver La Farge

Capturing the essence of the Southwest in 1915, Oliver La Farge's Pulitzer Prize-winning first novel is an enduring American classic. At a ceremonial dance, the young, earnest silversmith Laughing Boy falls...

Bay of Souls: A Novel

by Robert Stone

A new novel from an American master, Bay of Souls is a gripping tale of romantic obsession set against the backdrop of an island revolution. Michael Ahearn is a midwestern English professor who abandons his...

House of War: The Pentagon and the Disastrous Rise of American Power

by James Carroll

In House of War, the best-selling author James Carroll has created a history of the Pentagon that is both epic and personal. Through Carroll we see how the Pentagon, since its founding, has operated beyond the...

Matilda Bone

by Karen Cushman

Another winning Elizabethan-era novel with an incomparable heroine by Newbery medalist Karen Cushman. With witty dialogue and richly authentic detail, Cushman tells the story of a pious and learned girl who...


by Karen Cushman

Rodzina Clara Jadwiga Anastazya Brodski is the new face in Karen Cushman’s gallery of unforgettable heroines. One of a group of orphans, 12-year-old Rodzina boards a train on a cold day in March 1881. She’s...

The Ambassadors: From Ancient Greece to Renaissance Europe, the Men Who Introduced the World to Itself

by Jonathan Wright

We think of ambassadors as simply diplomats-but once they were adventurers who dared an uncertain fate in unknown lands, bringing gifts of greyhounds and elephants to powerful and unpredictable leaders. In vivid...

Warm Springs: Traces of a Childhood at FDR's Polio Haven

by Susan Richards Shreve

Just after her eleventh birthday, Susan Richards Shreve was sent to the sanitarium at Warm Springs, Georgia. The polio haven, famously founded by FDR, was “a perfect setting in time and place and strangeness...

The Circle of Reason

by Amitav Ghosh

Amitav Ghosh’s extraordinary first novel makes a claim on literary turf held by Gabriel García Márquez and Salman Rushdie. In a vivid and magical story, The Circle of Reason traces the misadventures of Alu,...


by Thomas H. Cook

He kills according to the will of God. He believes in the mission that God has made manifest to him: to restore the sanctity of the Mormon Church. The means to this purification will be multiple murder.


Green Darkness

by Anya Seton

“The theme of this book is reincarnation, an attempt to show the interplay—the law of cause and effect, good and evil, among certain individual souls in two periods of English history.”   Green Darkness...

Falcon Fever: A Falconer in the Twenty-first Century

by Tim Gallagher

What is so compelling about falconry? Tim Gallagher mines his lifelong obsession with falcons for an answer in this engaging volume interweaving memoir, history, and travelogue.


by Erik E. Esckilsen

To Coach Dempsey, the Warriors teams and their Indian mascot symbolize the honor and glory of the Southwind High School athletic tradition. But soccer star Tom Gray sees little more than a denigrating cultural...

Shocking the Conscience: A Reporter's Account of the Civil Rights Movement

by Simeon Booker & Carol McCabe Booker

Within a few years of its first issue in 1951, Jet, a pocket-size magazine, became the "bible" for news of the civil rights movement. It was said, only half-jokingly, "If it wasn't in Jet, it didn't happen."...

Anjani the Mighty: A Lost Race Novel (Anjani, Book 2)

by John Russell Fearn

Anjani returns! in this direct sequel to The Gold of Akada, Rita Perrivale, widow of an English explorer, goes back to the coast of West Africa. Having inherited her husband's fortune, she spares no expense...

Doctor Franklin's Medicine

by Stanley Finger

Stanley Finger uncovers the instrumental role that Benjamin Franklin—scientist, inventor, publisher, and statesman—played in the development of the healing arts, giving preventive and bedside medicine, hospital...

The Evil Necessity: British Naval Impressment in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World

by Denver Brunsman

A fundamental component of Britain's early success, naval impressment not only kept the Royal Navy afloat-it helped to make an empire. In total numbers, impressed seamen were second only to enslaved Africans...

Can American Manufacturing Be Saved?: Why We Should and How We can

by Michele NashHoff

This book details how manufacturing developed in America through the industrial revolution and labor movement, analyzes the impact of outsourcing offshore and our nation’s trade policies, looks at what various...

Stoic Pragmatism

by John Lachs

John Lachs, one of American philosophy's most distinguished interpreters, turns to William James, Josiah Royce, Charles S. Peirce, John Dewey, and George Santayana to elaborate stoic pragmatism, or a way to...