The latest book from author Michael Riedel gives us a fascinating and accessible look at the famous movers and shakers of Broadway.
His fiery and controversial persona shaped fashion in the new millennium. "Alexander McQueen: Blood Beneath the Skin" by Andrew Wilson examines the icon, is revelatory and deliciously unbridled.
Well-vetted and researched with as many quotes and pictures as possible, this book is engaging and can teach pretty much anyone about the LGBT rights struggle.
A young college graduate takes extreme measures to find her father in this illustrious novel from Jonathan Franzen.
Clever, quirky author Steve Toltz examines the intertwining lives of two dysfunctional friends from Down Under.
Mikael Blomvkist and Lisbeth Salander join forces again when a computer genius and his autistic son become embroiled in a devious computer hack that reveals sordid connections among criminal gangs, corrupt politicians, police and government officials.
The young men at St. Stephen's Academy treat each other like savages and suffer the consequences in this impressive debut novel from H.S. Cross.
The story of how one small town Austrian boy used secret spaces, confidence in himself, and an unwavering ability to see the silver lining of every obstacle he was presented with.
Renowned scholar Lillian Faderman takes us back to where it all began and illustrates precisely how far we've come in this engrossing, essential retelling of our history in society.
Writing a fair and balanced review of anything requires exemplary skill and compassionate objectivity. In her latest collection of essays, Daphne Merkin practices this art by gathering together some of her most poignant short works.