An Arts & Literature Review
The story of the music and the man, from his criminally underrated symphonies to his long struggle for personal happiness.
A portrait of the lawyer, businessman, and unconventional US presidential candidate Wendell Willkie who caught an unexpected wave of popular support in the lead-up to the 1940 election.
Award-winning crime novelist Thomas Cook chronicles his adventures to the darkest places on earth and reflects on what they teach us.
Investigative journalist Bob Woodward documents the inside story of President Trump’s administration.
Science writer Henry Nicholls pens a charming account of his efforts to uncover the secrets of a good night’s sleep.
An escapist mystery set in a wonderful evocation of the carefree high society world of 1930s London.
This book advocates for common-sense precautions by companies, governments, and individuals so we can enjoy the benefits of technolgoy without falling prey to its vulnerabilities.
McDaniel follows McGee into the arena of his long public service, vividly dramatizing the debates, alliances, compromises.
A fascinating and fun account of the lives of autonomous software systems in the social media universe.
Agatha Christie’s legendary detective Hercule Poirot returns in this elegantly ingenious mystery set in 1930’s London.
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