Two time-traveling secret agents are on opposite sides of a war that spans millennium.
“The fight is won before you get in the ring”—words of wisdom abounded as I learned what it took for Ali to become a great athlete and sports hero.
In this different sort of tell-all, David Chang describes his struggles with mental health in parallel with his journey as chef, restaurateur, friend, and family man.
Black Widow: A Sad-Funny Journey Through Grief for People who Normally Avoid Books with Words Like ‘Journey’ in the Title by Leslie Gray StreeterPublished Nov. 26, 2020 12:01 a.m.
It’s hard to imagine that a book about becoming a young widow could be hilarious, but it is that, plus poignant, sad, and wonderful.
Milton Brasher-Cunningham combines metaphors from jazz, cooking, and color to explore grief, hope, love, faith, and so much more.
This coming-of-age story, set in early 20th-century Spokane, Washington, focuses on union organizers, business owners, and the nearly impossible choices have-nots face during a historical era that is highly relevant in a tumultuous 2020.
This fascinating look at the world of American artisan cheese is written with warmth, humor, and delicious descriptions.
The author of These Truths has written a new page-turner about Simulmatics Corp., the first company to incorporate computers, behavioral science, and politics.
This account of the civil war waged in 19th century France by Duchesse de Berry to regain the throne for her 11 year-old son, the heir to the Bourbon dynasty, filled with intrigue and cross-dressing, documents her betrayal by a confidant, the son of the chief rabbi of France, which sparks a wave of antisemitism that lasted decades.
Bea, 10, is carefully navigating between the two worlds of her divorced parents when her dad announces he will be marrying his boyfriend, who has a daughter.