In this tense, fast-moving thriller, murder victims are turning up with their chests slashed. NYPD Detective Zach Dayan, an ex-Israeli cop, needs plenty of wit to connect the seemingly unrelated cases from around the country. Working... Read More
Many Americans don’t realize that “the primary author of the Declaration had a different view of rights than is commonly ascribed to the Declaration,” writes Howard I. Schwartz in this scholarly analysis of the thinking behind the... Read More
Crossroads: A Teenage Soldier in World War II has a misleading subtitle. The story begins with Charles Bettendorf as a teenage soldier in World War II, but most of Charles Samuel Betts’ book chronicles his life after the war. There are... Read More
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