THE WOMAN IN WHITE BY WILKIE COLLINS
“This is the story of what a Woman's patience can endure, and what a Man's resolution can achieve.” Walter Hartright, his nam...
IN THE HEART OF THE SEA BY NATHANIEL PHILBRICK
”I turned around and saw him about one hundred rods [500 m or 550 yards] directly ahead of us, coming down with twice his ord...
WHILE THE CITY SLEPT BY ELI SANDERS
****Eli Sanders won the Pulitzer Prize for his compassionate reporting about this crime.****”They had feared him, and it was ...
LEVIATHAN WAKES BY JAMES S. A. COREY
”Way I see it, there’s three ways this can go,” Miller said. “One, we find your ship still in dock, get the meds we need, and...
ALL SOULS BY JAVIER MARIAS
”I’ve been slowly wearing away at my ignorance and, as I said, I’ve always kept on learning. But that ignorance is still so v...
WILL IN THE WORLD BY STEPHEN GREENBLATT
”To understand who Shakespeare was, it is important to follow the verbal traces he left behind back into the life he lived an...
THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN BY SIMON WINCHESTER
...for each word, there should be sentences that show the twists and turns of meanings—the way almost every word slips in its...
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