Sam Shotter gets the girl. P.G. basically writes the same set of stories over and over, but he does it so incredibly well, I never get tired.
The first woman joins the Unseen University. I don’t know why I waited so long to read Pratchett. The man is funny.
This was one of the main inspirations for the movie “Miller’s Crossing”, for which Hammett received some writing credits. Good stuff, too.
A collection of short stories from different Wodehouse universes, interspersed with ‘Our Man in America’ dispatches. And a bonus, an essay where Wodehouse explores, just for a bit, the topic of humor.
A modern author’s account of the principle naval battle in Herodotus’s history, and the central figure behind it, the Greek Themistocles.
The Father of History recounts the invasion of Greece by the Xerxes-led Persian Empire. Edited by Robert B. Strassler and translated by Andrea L. Purvis.