Thirteen days after Michael passed away, the towers came down. Clouds, plumes of smoke. That night, invoices and letterheads blanketed the streets. I read by candlelight the names that appeared on each. Childhood, as I knew it, ceased.
The Boys of Dunbar: A Story of Love, Hope, and Basketball by Alejandro Danois 288 pages Simon & Schuster, 2016 ISBN:978-1451666977 I know it’s a cliche, but I found it […]
17 Carnations: The Royals, The Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-up in History by Andrew Morton 384 pages Grand Central Publishing, 2015 ISBN: 978-1455527113 They are just a memory now, but […]
When he describes Slaughterhouse-Five’s themes in larger contexts, it’s like hearing that great English teacher you had delve into a exegesis with buoyant intensity.
Naming Jack the Ripper by Russell Edwards 336 pages Lyons Press, 2014 ISBN: 978-1493011902 You think finding someone criminally culpable for the death of Freddie Gray, in Baltimore, Maryland, in […]