A longing for the land of his birth entwines De Franco’s memoir with entertainment and charm. James De Franco’s "Italy from I to Y?" reflects the gritty life in a little-known region of southern Italy called the Three Silas during... Read More
Well-organized for situation-to-situation perusal, this guide to childhood safety blends tried-and-true methods with contemporary content. We’re advised to listen to our elders for a good reason: they have more experience than us, and... Read More
Borneo’s last colonial rulers are portrayed as a lusty lot in this exposé of a little-known story set in a remote, exotic land. The “White Rajahs,” who ruled Sarawak on the north shore of Borneo, were a colorful and randy lot, as... Read More
Kids on the narrow end of the school resource pool, the tough cases, are given a human face by an author who has worked in the trenches. Experienced educator Simon Petrie reports from the trenches of Australian public schools with... Read More
On the bookstore shelves today, there are many historical thrillers and science-fiction thrillers, with too many subcategories to mention. Chris Monaghan’s "The Collection" marries the historical and scientific into one eventful,... Read More
What springs to mind when one hears the phrase “kissing cousins?” Teenage flirtations, first romances, and stolen kisses? It’s a phase. They’ll grow out of it. But what if they don’t? What if after decades of marriage, family,... Read More
"Dark Lily", the debut romance novel from Nina Navarre, combines ancient traditions, haunting islands, femme fatales, and the horror of history repeating itself. The story will be appreciated by romance lovers and mystery lovers alike.... Read More
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