by Tim Pat Coogan
Ireland's best-known journalist, broadcaster, historian and bestselling biographer Tim Pat Coogan has not only reported the news - he's been the news. Through the Irish Press, where he served as editor for twenty years, he is renowned for bringing social and political change to Ireland. He went on to play a vital role in bringing the IRA/Sinn Fein to the peace talks table, and has always been uniquely placed to comment authoritatively - if not controversially - on all aspects of Irish current af...
Last Call at the Hotel Imperial
by Deborah Cohen
'Effervescent' NEW YORKER 'A fresh, fast-paced history ... Riveting' MAYA JASANOFF 'Today the war news is available around the clock on TV screens, in print, and on the internet. Back then the best source of news was an intrepid band of young American newspaper correspondents whose exclusive dispatches brought home word of the coming cataclysm ... [Cohen writes with] prodigious research and sparkling prose. The book is a model of its kind' WALL STREET JOURNAL...
A Farewell to Arms, Legs, and Jockstraps
by Diane K Shah
Strike fast, strike hard-whether it's scoring a homerun or front-page news, Diane K. Shah, former sports columnist, knows how to grab the best story. In her memoir A Farewell to Arms, Legs, and Jockstraps, follow Diane's escapades, from interviews with a tipsy Mickey Mantle, to sneaking into off-limits Republican galas, dining with Frank Sinatra, flying a plane with Dennis Quaid, and countless other adventures where she wields her tape recorder and a tireless drive for more. From skirting KGB...
The Patagonian Hare
by Claude Lanzmann
'The guillotine - and capital punishment and other diverse methods of dispensing death more generally - have been the abiding obsessions of my life. It began very early. I must have been no more than ten years old...' Born to a Jewish family in Paris, 1925, Lanzmann's first encounter with radicalism was as part of the Resistance during the Nazi occupation. He and his father were soldiers of the underground until the end of the war, smuggling arms and making raids on the German army. After the li...
The Three Sedonas
by Lisa Schnebly Heidinger
Six-year-old Sedona tells about her pioneer great-grandmother, Sedona Schnebly, and the town of Sedona, Arizona, which was named for her.
Rapport Sur La Presse Lu Et Adopté En Commission Au Comité Catholique de 1878
by Sans Auteur
May Your Coffee Be Stronger Than Your Daughter's Attitude
by Dream Seeker Publications