Kali Nicole Gross, a black women's experiences scholar, has brought all her investigative and research talents to bear in writing this book about a grizzly murder. The title character dumps a headless and limbless torso onto a creek bank and the story takes off from there.
Not all experiences in life are empirically explainable, some are a matter of faith. This is a review of the book "Glimpses of Heaven" in which the author, Trudy Harris, uses her career as a hospice nurse to tell the story of 44 patients whose last days demonstrate that faith.
Doris Kearns Goodwin writes about the presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft and their dealings with the progressive press of their time in "The Bully Pulpit". This is a book review of the work.
Woodrow Wilson was our twenty-eighth president. A. Scott Berg has written a comprehensive insight into the man and the politician. The reviewer draws some parallels between Wilson's time and the politics that drive the presidency today.
This is a book review of "The Unlikely Disciple" by Kevin Roose. The premise of the book is the impact that being on campus at a orthodox christian university has on the author. In this case the college is Liberty University.
Paul Newman was one of the most prolific and popular actors of the twentieth century. Shawn Levy uses Newman's own words to tell the story of this screen icon in his book "Paul Newman, A Life" which is reviewed here.