Jim Rogers, with Stephen P. Williams
A former leader of the U.S. electric industry proposes powering the homes of more than 1 billion people with solar.
By Paul Theroux
The characteristically observant traveler pokes holes in the myth of Dixie.
By Jonathan M. Bryant
An eye-opening account of a little-known (yet horrifying) episode in American history.
By Martin Walker
This latest in the detective series is as pleasant as a nice brunch.
By Chantal Thomas; translated by John Cullen
Two child-marriages are arranged in order to consolidate kingdoms, but at what cost to the pawn-like youngsters involved?
By Greg Steinmetz
The subject may have been a towering financial figure, but this book makes him out to be a bit taller than he really was.