An Arts & Literature Review
An argument for a return to reason and science so humanity can continue to flourish.
The Kremiln's Candidate delivers high-voltage suspense and action-packed political intrigue on all cylinders.
This debut coming-of-age novel is a story composed of stories about stories.
Mystery fiction based on the most famous murder in history.
A nervy neo-noir with every last element tightly, fatally connected.
A brave novel that avoids easy answers and cheap sentimentality.
In the wake of another ho-hum Valentine’s Day, I encourage you to curl up with a Regency romance and scream “Bingo” repeatedly.
A hot August afternoon in 1982, three teens, and a BB gun--what could possibly go wrong?
A readable and stimulating history of London during the final years of King Charles II.
Beauman's follows his quirkily brilliant debut Boxer, Beetle with a complex and occasionally delirious new novel.
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