“[A] sweeping, top-down account of 1939–45 from the point of view of FDR, his cabinet and his leading generals and admirals. . . . Long wars demand long books, but these are 550 pages of lively prose by a good writer who knows his subject.”—Kirkus Reviews
Random House interviews author Joseph E. Persico on ROOSEVELT’S CENTURIONS: [...]
A huge congratulations to the Random House Publishing Group’s esteemed Pulitzer Prize winners! Adam Johnson’s THE ORPHAN MASTER’S SON (fiction) and Fredrik Logevall’s EMBERS OF WAR (history).
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Powerful, brilliantly written, and deeply moving Paul Harding has, in Enon, written a worthy successor to Tinkers, a debut which John Freeman on NPR called “a masterpiece.” Drawn always to the rich landscape of his character’s inner lives, here, through the first person narrative of Charlie Crosby (grandson to George Crosby of Tinkers), Harding creates [...]
“Brave, honest, savage, and tender all at once. It broke my heart, and I’m so grateful I’ve read it.”—Jesmyn Ward, author of Salvage the Bones, winner of the National Book Award
“There is a sort of gracefulness in the cadences, and a lovely control of rhythm in the sentences, which do justice to the themes of [...]
“It is a beautiful love story, charting her parents’ devotion in one of history’s darkest hours.” -Arianna Huffington
Marianne Szedy-Maszak’s parents, Hanna and Aladar, met and fell in love in Budapest in 1940. He was a rising star in the foreign ministry-a vocal anti-Fascist who was in talks with the allies when he was arrested and [...]
Ruthie Knox’s Camelot series continues in this sizzling ebook original novel, featuring two headstrong souls who bump heads—and bodies—as temptation and lust bring nothing but delicious trouble.
In ALONG CAME TROUBLE, lawyer and driven single mother Ellen Callahan isn’t looking for any help. She’s doing just fine on her own. So Ellen’s more than a little [...]