“Bad Luck Way: A Year on The Edge of the West”
In the 1880s, Johnson County, Wyo., and the community of Buffalo were booming.
What would cause an unoccupied, old-fashioned wicker wheelchair to chase two adolescent boys down a hallway and a set of stairs of an abandoned hotel just as the day’s last rays of sunlight were about to be extinguished?
“Holding Everything Down” is a collection of poems about tough, working people, natural High Plains beauty and gritty topics of surviving detox and missing teens.
If you thought the 2008 election was a triumph in the cause of getting a woman closer to the White House, political reporter Anne E. Kornblut begs to differ.
Jeannette Walls has a theme that’s easy to summarize: Stop whining.
With sales of her books topping 4 billion copies worldwide, this much is clear: Agatha Christie (1890-1976) knew how to spin a mystery.
Could 1514 A.D. be just an important date in the age of Leonardo, Machiavelli and Copernicus?
Editors Annick Smith and Susan O'Connor have created a gift to the Montana prairies in this tribute of prose, poetry and photographs accurately named "The Wide Open."
“The Lost Symbol” Author: Dan Brown Publisher: Doubleday
Swedish crime writer Stieg Larsson's "The Girl Who Played With Fire" marks the return of Lisbeth Salander, a young woman who could be the female Jason Bourne.
One can't help reading Craig Arnold's second book of poetry, "Made Flesh," without thinking that this is his last book of poetry.
Even before he had a word published by himself, Andrew Gross was a bestselling author as one of James Patterson's co-writers.
"Living for Tomorrow" Author: Brent Lee Publisher: CFI
Major disasters such as Hurricane Katrina, tsunamis and others have brought the fragility of our lives strongly to the fore in recent years.
During the 1980s, a coal mining strike changed the landscape of many Scottish towns.
A cruise on a luxury ocean liner becomes the epicenter for a terrorist plot in the fourth - and most thrilling - mystery from Orlando, Fla., author Bob Morris.
The life and times of Brooke Astor have long been a source of fascination and intrigue.
The large-format "Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture" spotlights 1,037 notable buildings completed worldwide by superstar architects and regional talents since January 2000.