Holy War

Terrorism is not new to Syria, Lebanon, and the Middle East. It was, is, and will be a Holy War.Searching for Islamic terrorist Mohammed, a British MI6 agent and French Foreign...

Heart Collector

Finding murderers is just a day on the job for police captain Nadia Barka. But when a mutilated corpse is discovered in an old baptistery, she's faced with some difficult...

The Rented Mule A Novel

Cooper Dixon should have it made, with a beautiful wife, Kelly, two great kids, and a thriving business, the Tower Agency. But for Cooper, things aren't turning out how he...

101 Nights

It's been 101 days since Felix Hoffmann's girlfriend, Celine, left Berlin in a humanitarian convoy carrying aid to Kurdish northern Iraq. Now her coffin returns home. With the...

The Burning Man

Peter Hale is a young attorney with a lot to prove. Crossing his father, one of Portland's most powerful lawyers, was a costly mistake. Now, cut loose from his job and his...

How the Old World Ended The Anglo-Dutch-American Revolution 1500-1800

A magisterial account of how the cultural and maritime relationships between the British, Dutch, and American territories changed the existing world order-and made the Industrial...

How to Read Nonfiction Like a Professor A Smart, Irreverent Guide to Biography, History, Journalism, Blogs, and Everything in Between

The New York Times bestselling author of How to Read Literature Like a Professor uses the same skills to teach how to access accurate information in a rapidly changing 24/7...

Armies Of Sand The Past, Present, and Future of Arab Military Effectiveness

Since the Second World War, Arab armed forces have consistently punched below their weight. They have lost many wars that by all rights they should have won, and in their best...

The Free Speech Century

The Supreme Court's 1919 decision in Schenck vs. the United States is one of the most important free speech cases in American history. Written by Oliver Wendell Holmes, it is most...

How to Think about War An Ancient Guide to Foreign Policy

Why do nations go to war? What are citizens willing to die for? What justifies foreign invasion? And does might always make right? For nearly 2,500 years, students, politicians,...

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