Foreword Reviews

Karl Kunkel, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Niccolo Machiavelli

by Karl Kunkel

Machiavelli scholar paints a complex picture of the circumstances that shaped the man whose name became synonymous with political cunning. The term “Machiavellian” has established itself as a synonym for use of cunning and deceit... Read More

Book Review

Defiant Brides

by Karl Kunkel

A double biography about two young women coming of age during the turbulent Revolutionary War, neither of whom knew each other, might have presented a disjointed and confusing narrative for the reader. But in this heavily researched... Read More

Book Review

Green Bay Packers

by Karl Kunkel

The distinctive green-and-gold team colors of the storied Green Bay Packers are proudly worn by supporters and fans around the world. Even those who don’t follow professional football and have never set foot in the state of Wisconsin... Read More

Book Review

Dam Nation

by Karl Kunkel

No one reading this book will ever look at a glass of water the same way again—especially if they live in the West. Water determined how the West was settled and populated and, as the author graphically chronicles, will influence how... Read More

Book Review

Eclipse

by Karl Kunkel

Eclipse was the greatest racing thoroughbred of eighteenth-century England, having never been defeated in any of his races and raising the bar for the horseracing industry. The horse enjoyed a second career as a much-sought-after stud.... Read More

Book Review

Iron War

by Karl Kunkel

Writing an entire book about an esoteric athletic event, the 1989 Ironman triathlon, could be a daunting task. But the author eases readers into the nuances of the sport, capturing imaginations with a satisfying study of two exceptional... Read More

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