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 ...
Angels' Fall is one of Frank Herbert's once-lost novels, written before Dune and never published.
A gripping thriller set in the South American jungles, Angels' Fall follows freelance pilot Jeb Logan and his passengers following a plane crash deep in the Amazon. Jeb has to keep the survivors of the wreckage - a beautiful singer, her young son, and a ruthless urderer clinging the last thread of sanity - alive in a grueling ...
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 ...
Neurotic tech Zagarat Cole had no choice but to steal 432,985 credits from the Deus Syndicate. It was the only way to pay for his mother’s medical treatments. So, when a Deus executive called Zag into his office, he knew the jig was up. Or down. Or however it was you danced a jig. Yet to Zag’s astonishment, the executive didn’t excoriate, eviscerate, or “ate” him at all. He offered him a job. ...
Barbara Stager led what seems like a perfect life. And she committed an almost perfect crime.
By all accounts, Stager was a devoted mother, loving wife, and dedicated church leader in her community in Durham, North Carolina. The police were inclined to believe her story after she "accidentally" shot her husband, Russ, who was a popular high school coach. They became suspicious, though, when they discovered that her previous husband had died in a strangely ...
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This true crime novel details the experiences of three wealthy Southern families connected through marriage and through murder. The shocking real-life events include obsessive love and bitter custody battles that eventually lead to a bloody climax taking nine lives.
After a vicious assault with a knife and a baseball bat in their home in North Carolina, the wealthy Lieth von Stein lay dead and his wife, Bonnie, near death. The case wasn't going anywhere until police followed a trail leading to von Stein's charming stepson, Chris Pritchard, and his intelligent, nerdy, but drug-using friends at North Carolina State University. Blood Games is a baffling true story of degraded young minds and a son's greed ...
Ana Yartsin is on the verge of becoming a celebrity chef. Her custom Fabergé egg-shaped cakes have brought her national attention, as has the story behind the cakes: Her family owns the spectacular Fabergé Spring Egg snow globe, a magnificent example of the master craftsman's work that includes five ruby-red tulips. As she prepares to be filmed for a reality TV show about the launch of her bakery in Rocky Point, New Hampshire, Ana hires ...
When you look at Steve Katz's career on paper, it rivals that of some of the biggest rock stars of the 1960s and 70s. Katz performed at the Monterey Pop Festival with the legendary Blues Project, he was at Woodstock with Blood, Sweat, & Tears, he even produced Lou Reed, rock's most celebrated speed addict. Katz was part of world tours, he has three Grammy wins and ten nominations. He won three Downbeat Reader's Poll ...