A Ugandan teenager and an American journalist struggle to find meaning in horrific wartime events
As a once-famous woman grapples at middle age with a decline of fortune, this novel poses truths of the human condition.
An illuminating account of how an obscure German princess became Catherine the Great of Russia
By Seymour I. “Spence” Toll
In a book that is about much more than farming, Arlo Crawford details the hard work required for agriculture and the work required for self-fulfillment and discovery.
Mark Perry provides readers with a riveting and accessible biography of General Douglas MacArthur, one of the most complex characters from American history.