The 2008 presidential election was one of the most dramatic and spellbinding races in recent memory. Here, two leading political reporters pull back the curtain on the Obama, Clinton, McCain, and Palin campaigns.
The harrowing true story of L.A.'s notorious Gangster Squad that bent and broke all the rules to put away Mob boss Mickey Cohen. It's a tour-de-force narrative reminiscent of James Ellroy's classic L.A. Confidential.
Meet George, the world’s tallest dog, in this utterly delightful chronicle of how the former runt of his litter grew into a goofy giant who still loves to play, but remains scared of water and dogs half his size.
The life story of the unusung player who helped lead the Brooklyn Dodgers to six National League pennants and a World Series victory in 1955 and, as Mets manager, transformed the underdog team to World Champions in 1969.
In this classic National Book Award winner, Elaine Pagels draws on the Nag Hammadi texts to illuminate the world of the first Christians, and to examine the contrasts between the Gnostic and the orthodox traditions.
This chilling exposé of Charles Cullen, RN, America’s most prolific serial killer, and how detectives brought him to justice paints a vivid portrait of madness while revealing America’s broken medical system.
Pope John XXIII made history with the calling of the Second Vatican Council in 1962, which ushered in a new era of openness within the Church. Tobin offers an authoritative biography of this transformative figure.
Hawking addresses science’s ultimate questions: What are the laws of nature? What is the nature of reality? Why is there something instead of nothing? Where did the universe come from? Did the universe need a Creator?
From the fact that our teeth can detect a grain of sand ten microns across to the dangers of using a bedpan, this is an irresistible look at the digestive tract and the sometimes-weird research used to study it.
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