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Book Talk Host DJ Kory takes a look at some of the traditional books and poems read by Western and Christian households at…
Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape is about a different kind of football playbook. Over the last…
With more than three million foreign-born residents today, New York has been America’s defining port of entry for nearly four…
Chef Rossi grew up “orthodox light” (her family kept the meat and dairy dishes separate but ate McDonalds’ fish sandwiches).…
Rebecca Arkin is an attorney in Manhattan. She's grounded, driven, and successful. When a legal battle breaks out for control of…
When a robbery hits police headquarters, it’s up to Frank Runtime and his extensive search skills to catch the culprits. In this…
In this book, Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang, experts on entertainment analytics, show how companies like Amazon and Apple are…
An in-depth look into Bob Dylan’s relationship with literature and the written word over the years in celebration of his recent…
As nationwide concern grows for returning combat soldiers suffering PTSD, Silas Dent Zobal’s literary thriller, The People of…
Elizabeth George, “superstar of the crime fiction world” (Seattle Times) and author of the beloved Inspector Lynley series,…
A leading psychologist reveals how our most underappreciated emotion—pride—has shaped our minds and our culture, and shows how…
Three college friends from the 50s blaze their own path in love and work, braving the stifling conventions of the age, and…
A hilarious debut novel about a wealthy but fractured Chinese immigrant family that had it all, only to lose every last cent –…
The bestselling author of Contagious explores the subtle, secret influences that affect the decisions we make—from what we…
The Fortunes recasts American history through the lives of Chinese Americans and reimagines the multigenerational novel through…
Lady Cop Makes Trouble sets Constance loose on the streets of New York City and New Jersey. 
Author Tony Narducci fell in love with Tennessee Williams’ poetry when he was 14 years old. For Narducci, Williams was a…
What can businesses do when traditional problem-solving methods no longer work? This is the conundrum today's organizations face,…
Lately, we hear more and more about how our Founding Fathers were all Christian, God-fearing men and how America is a Christian…
In this moving memoir, a woman digs into a garden and into the past and finds secrets, beauty, and acceptance.
Guapa by Saleem Haddad   Set over the course of twenty-four hours, Guapa follows Rasa, a gay man living in an…
Little GANGSTER by Victor Cino   It is 1952, and in the opening pages of "Little Gangster," Joey D'Angelo, our young…
Archer’s memoir, Finding Home with The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Billy Graham is a true account of growing up inside the world…
In twenty-four absurd, lyrical, and louché episodes, “Iris Smyles” weaves a modern odyssey of trying to find one’s home in…
Boston is the setting for a lot of clichéd crime fiction—tough guys from Southie rob a Brink's truck, Irish-Italian gang wars,…
If you’ve ever studied a foreign language, you know what happens when you first truly and clearly communicate with another…
Summer 1925.  Twenty-five year-old Ernest Hemingway descended upon Pamplona, Spain, for its infamous annual bullfight fiesta…
Following his political career-ending speech before the House of Representatives, Colonel David Crockett encounters an escaped…
In Helping Children Succeed, Paul Tough takes on a new set of pressing questions: What does growing up in poverty do to…
It’s 1942 and the Nazis are racing to be the first to build a weapon unlike any known before. They have the physicists, they…
How could looking at Monet’s water lily paintings help save your company millions? How can checking out people’s footwear foil…
No one in Mattingly ever believed Bobby Barnes would live to see old age. Drink would either rot Bobby from the inside out or dull…
Tara Marconi has made her way from Philly to "The Rock, "a remote island in Alaska governed by the seasons. Her mother's death…
Eva and Jim are nineteen and students at Cambridge in 1958 when their paths first cross. Jim is walking along a lane when a woman…
The Loney is an atmospheric literary horror story. Set largely on a bleak stretch of northern coast - the Loney - it charts the…
On December 11, 1973, Mark Segal disrupted a live broadcast of the CBS Evening News when he sat on the desk directly between the…
Have you ever wanted to learn a language or pick up an instrument, only to become too daunted by the task at hand? Expert…
Frank Delgado is no thief. He co-owns a failing Cuban restaurant in Manhattan's Upper East Side. The restaurant, like Frank, is…
Do open-floor plans really work – or do they make employees miserable? Are there companies, which really put their employees’…
For centuries, men and women have manned lighthouses to ensure the safe passage of ships. It is a lonely job, and a thankless one…
London, 1728. Tom Hawkins is headed to the gallows, accused of murder. Gentlemen don’t hang and Tom’s damned if he’ll be the…
It is springtime, and two outcasts — a man ignored, even shunned by his village, and the one-eyed dog he takes into his quiet,…
New Orleans is a third world country in itself, a Latin, African, European (and often amoral) culture trapped in a Puritan nation.…
Junior year. Derrick Bowen has put in two good years getting ready for this season. He put in the work and earned his coach's…
Allbook Books is pleased to announce the publication of Call them home by Gregory Alexander, a book over 2 years in the making.…
Today on Book Talk we look at why books are blacklisted by the American Library Association; which books have been or are…
At age forty-seven, a mother of two, Debbie Moderow was not your average Iditarod musher but that’s where she found herself…
Every year in February, Book Talk with Kory looks at some of America’s best in African American literature. Today on Book Talk…
One of the most reliable sources of college tuition strategies before, during, and after college that parents will ever find.…
Ruth and Nat are orphans, packed into a house full of abandoned children run by a religious fanatic. To entertain their siblings,…
When Communist Party leaders adopted the one-child policy in 1980, they hoped curbing birth-rates would help lift China’s…
From drones to Mars rovers, Our Robots, Ourselves is an exploration of the most innovative use of robots today and a provocative…