This dark, visceral, intriguing novel depicts life, war, and sex in the ancient Near East. A dark and expansive tale that brings to life an ancient clash between indigenous religion and budding monotheism, Anthony Giarmo’s "Sweet Muse... Read More
May 7, 2012
Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 7, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2012.
Some Christians believe Jesus and Paul overturned the laws of the Old Testament and in their place instituted new laws of love and grace. In God’s Law, Captain Sonny Paago seeks to correct this view by explaining that the Old Testament... Read More
“There is hardly anything so elusive,” writes the celebrated Irish poet Eavan Boland, “as the way in which a poetic inheritance is sifted and re-arranged from one generation to the next.” This collection of essays tracks and... Read More
Constructed as a back-and-forth conversation between two old friends, Joel Brewster and Aidan Allard, the novel follows their intertwining lives from school days, where they met, to the Greek isles, where they part and then reconnect... Read More
Life for the son of the nation’s most beloved and likely greatest president was full of challenges, yet Robert Todd Lincoln (1843-1926) embraced his circumstances and thrived in business, public service, and family life. Certainly, the... Read More