“gives a sharp analysis of how tanks and mechanized units became the primary formations in the European Theater during World War II.”
“Montefiore synthesizes human history by ‘using the stories of families across time’ and ‘connecting great events with individual human drama.’”
“Reading the Glass is a deeply engaging, eloquent, and colorful account of a captain's life at sea.”
"Fronczak crafts a compelling, convincing, and often surprising origin story of the Left we know today."
“the reader is immersed into the story of art.”
“As the Vietnam-era veterans begin to fade away, it is important that their stories of service and valor not be lost.”
“explains why the number 42 should never be worn by any baseball player ever again.”
“The humanity and human touch of Shultz and his biographer emerge on nearly every page.”
At the July 2020 funeral of longtime congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, former president Bill Clinton struck a condescending and triumphalist note in his eulogy when he opined, “There we
“these vivid studies of famous personalities and their interaction do tell us in some cases more about them than we knew, and perhaps confirm that this struggling model of conventional marr
“beautiful . . . contrasting images of stars and outer space.”
“engaging anyone who believes in the function and power of sports for both individuals and the societies they populate.”
"A treasure of a collection, one to be savored. And one that should become an instant classic."
“the questions raised about the nature and value of criticism are worthwhile, [but] the heart of this memoir is the unusually powerful, fraught, and enduring father-daughter relationship.”
“Gioia amuses with lyricism and whimsy in this entertaining collection.”
No bureaucracy has been more affected by the rapid changes wrought by the rise and proliferation of the internet, social media, crowd sourcing, and information sharing than the intelligence communi
“solid, mostly engaging, offering an undeniable insight into the ongoing movement to return America to what the White Nationalist movement sees as its foundational principl
“Marcia Herman-Giddens’ Unloose My Heart is an eloquent personal testimony of a life, both well examined and well lived.”
Black History Month has arrived once again, right on schedule.
“For those who have spent the last several years sharpening their knives with Trump in their sights, Untouchable may offer justification, while Trump defenders will likely rail aga
“Elijah Pierce had no formal art training.
“Brookshire delves deeply but accessibly into how different cultures assign very different values and meanings to animals . . .”
“In this beautifully photographed book, Caroline Griffiths makes the case for eating healthfully without sacrificing flavor or taste.”
“a more complete accounting of the life of Rome’s greatest nemesis . . .”
“underscores the danger of relying on eyewitness testimony.”