A brutally honest and brilliantly written account of one marine’s experience during the first Gulf war.
A light and amusing travelogue of an Italian’s adventures in the US.
A fine historical novel about the Lewis & Clark expedition.
A serviceable guide to network programming in Python.
Just what the title says and good to boot.
Wolfe earns two large fees solving a kidnapping and murder.
This book is a study on how large cities succeed or fail and why. It is also an attack on orthodox city planning (orthodox in the 1960′s that is), especially the tendency to create large housing projects.
The book is wonderful. Jacobs is a penetrating writer and her prose is marvelous. Just reading her descriptions of successful and lively city streets makes me want to live in a big city.
With great wit, erudition, and more than a smattering of anger and outrage, Wheen defends the values and ideas of the Enlightenment against the mystical and obscurantist encroachments by post-modernism, fundamentalism, creationism, middle-way liberals, and neo-conservatives.
A guide to moving and living abroad.
Three stories where the action starts in close proximity to the great man.