Bernard Setaro Clark
One of the high points of 20th century literature, Allen Drury's Advise and Consent is a seminal work of political fiction and as relevant today as when it was first published. A sweeping tale of corruption and ambition cuts across the landscape of Washington, DC, with the breadth and realism only an astute observer and insider can convey.
Allen Drury has penetrated the world's stormiest political battleground and the smoke-filled committee rooms of the United ...
The sequel to the bestselling, Pulitzer Prize winning Advise and Consent, by Allen Drury.
Allen Drury, the master of 20th Century political fiction. A Shade of Difference is a novel focusing on the United Nations and racial tension capable of sparking a worldwide powder keg.
Tensions rise on an international level as ambassadors and politicians scheme, using a small African nation’s independence as the focal point of their hidden agendas. A ...
Born Fighting chronicles the full journey of the between 250,000 and 400,000 Scots-Irish settles who migrated to America in the eighteenth century. This remarkable group of settlers played a profound, but often unrecognized, role in the shaping of America. James “Jim” Webb traces the history of his people, the challenges they faced, and the qualities they developed that helped to settle the American frontier and define the American character.
This story is both ...
If you want to understand who Christ is, you have to begin by understanding what Jesus meant when he said in Luke 24:27, "And beginning with Moses and all the prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself" (NIV). In FINDING JESUS IN THE EXODUS, biblical scholar Nicholas Perrin shows that the Bible's story of the Exodus from beginning to end is filled with prophetic foretellings of the ...
Everyone knows you can't build things in America anymore. Everyone, that is, except John D. Bassett III. While one corporation after another exported their manufacturing to high-volume factories in low-wage locations overseas, Bassett's traditional wood bedroom furniture manufacturing company has not only survived, but thrived, making premium products right here in America. When everyone else was rushing for the exits, Bassett bet on the talent, dedication, and uncompromising quality of American workmanship. And he won. ...
Acclaimed journalist Dennis Covington examines how faith and violence shape our world.In war zones witnessing widespread conflict, what makes life at all worth living? When chaos becomes a way of life in places where religion and violence intersect, what do people hold on to? If religious belief is, as Christopher Hitchens argues, the cause of wars and genocide, then is faith the cure?Dennis Covington pursued answers to these questions for years, traveling deep into places ...
THE 30-DAY HEART TUNE-UP takes readers step by step through a revolutionary program to tune up their hearts, energy, waistlines, and sex lives, with 60 delicious recipes to help jump-start a heart-healthy diet. Cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer of Americans today. But, the good news is that everyone-regardless of size, genetics, gender, or age-can treat arterial plaque and prevent heart attacks and strokes with this book. The keys to the program are shrinking arterial ...
What really happened during Israel's journey from slavery to the promised land? Bible scholar Nicholas Perrin explains the true story of the Exodus while adding helpful background information from biblical history, archaeology, and more. You will . . .
From the New York Times best-selling author of the Lincoln Rhyme series, a short story about Lincoln Rhyme solving a mysterious plane crash with no forensic evidence.A small jet with only one pilot onboard crashes into the Atlantic Ocean. Local authorities are unsure whether the cause of the crash is a bomb or a violent storm. The case seems like it will be an easy one to solve for former NYPD Homicide Detective Lincoln Rhyme ...
In this rollicking novel, 96-year-old ornithologist Luka Levadski foregoes treatment for lung cancer and moves from Ukraine to Vienna to make a grand exit in a luxury suite at the Hotel Imperial. He reflects on his past while indulging in Viennese cakes and savoring music in a gilded concert hall. Levadski was born in 1914, the same year that Martha – the last of the now-extinct passenger pigeons – died. Levadski himself has an acute ...