Set during the war and financial crisis that has shaped the beginning of this century, this book is an intelligent adventure across class, race and ideals.
A mostly successful history of the doomed final voyage of RMS Lusitania in 1915.
After her husband is murdered, Darlene's addiction to crack leads her and her son Eddie to an illusory farm where they become trapped in the terrifying underworld of modern slavery.
Former Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank weathered scandal, Republican smears, and -- perhaps most notably, given that it happened mid-career and during highly homophobic times -- coming out of the closet. He talks about all of it in his new memoir.
A son returns home to take care of his aging mother.
This 256-page collection, printed on the finest paper, is something that a sophisticated gay man can proudly display on his coffee table or keep beside the lotion and tissues on his nightstand.
A Los Angeles dream within a dream.
An Orwellian fantasy of slave and master.
This autobiography is a memoir recounting Tea's uneasy transition from child-adulthood into adult-adulthood.
A closeted Christian male cannot resist acting upon long held desires when he meets a fellow Christian with the same tendencies in John Herrick's uplifting romance novel.