An Arts & Literature Review
This books stands out from other accounts of Powell’s expeditions by emphasizing the ecological ramifications of his discoveries.
My return issue of the New Yorker arrived just the other day; I fixed myself a sandwich, and then settled in to a reading experience I hadn't had in years.
This maritime history of WWII combines a monumental amount of detailed scholarship and compelling storytelling from the first page to the last.
An engaging run-down of what is in many ways the least-enviable job in America.
Stanley's arguments are based on wide-ranging research, and his prose is clear.
An extensive and attractively designed anniversary compendium of information about the Brontës.
The author uncovers the fierce death-cult intensity that enabled these roving bands of sea-warriors to terrorize vast swaths of Europe.
A romantic thriller featuring the ripped-from-the-headlines issue of gun violence alongside trauma recovery, romance, and family drama.
The simplest truth she relates is one known to farmers for thousands of years: the happier animals are, the healthier they are.
With Brief Cases, Butcher brings together his second collection of short stories, following 2010’s Side Jobs.
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