Letter From Home
In her latest novel, Hart combines a chilling mystery with a nuanced account of the life of her protagonist, Gretchen Grace Gilman. She also draws a vivid portrait of small town life in America during World War II. Another good mystery from one of the masters.
The Sandman: Endless Nights
Gaiman revisits his famous Sandman comic book series in this collection of seven carefully illustrated tales about Dream, the God-like figure who rules over the realm of sleep. Even newcomers to Gaiman's imaginary world will find this new collection accessible and fascinating.
The Con Man's Daughter
A former NYPD officer with deep connections to the Russian mob must sift through clues from his own past to track down his daughter's kidnappers. Dee delivers a hard-boiled thriller that pulls no punches.
Aristotle's Children: How Christians, Jews and Muslims Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Dark Ages
In this accomplished, entertaining history of ideas, Rubenstein explores how Judeo-Christian attitudes toward the rationalist philosophies of the ancient Greeks changed over time. Without an infusion of these ancient ideas, Western Civilization might never have yanked itself into the scientific age.