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Inferno by Dan Brown

Inferno by Dan Brown

Inferno by Dan Brown Dan Brown is back with all his fun and infuriating traits in full effect in a fourth novel featuring Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. As always, Langdon finds himself in the midst of a riddle wrapped in an enigma, etc., seemingly without a clue but fortunately possessing specific knowledge that may well […]

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The more things change the more they stay the same. It has now been 10 years since Dan Brown burst onto the scene with The Da Vinci Code, perhaps the biggest fiction hit of the first decade of the 21st Century. Now Brown is set to release another mega-seller with a further Robert Langdon adventure […]

Most Anticipated Spring 2013 Book Releases

Most Anticipated Spring 2013 Book Releases

We are in a bit of a down period right now for new books. Most or our more anticipated releases will be later in the year with Dan Brown’s Inferno, John Le Carre’s A Delicate Truth, the elite of fiction including John GrishamJeffery Deaver, Vince Flynn etc., and countless highly anticipated non-fiction books including The […]

Great Books of the Great War (from Max Hastings, Margaret MacMillan, and others)

Great Books of the Great War (from Max Hastings, Margaret MacMillan, and others)

Upcoming Books on WWI from Max Hastings and Others In June 2014 we will reach the start of one the darkest centennials in world history: the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which became the final catalyst for the First World War. In preparation for this oncoming anniversary, the reading lists are beginning to fill up […]

Tried & True, Repackaged For You!

Tried & True, Repackaged For You!

As the seasons come and go, the great reads remain solid as granite in the memory of man. Unfortunately for publishers, as the seasons change so do the tastes of the reading public. Yesterday’s bestseller is simply today’s drab book. While it is said that one should never judge a book by its cover, the […]

Review of Inferno by Max Hastings

Review of Inferno by Max Hastings

Every year thousands of books are published about World War 2. As the largest and most violent event in human history, that should come as no surprise. But what you do not see so often among the myriad of monographs are single volume histories of the entire war. To cover the war in one volume […]