The seventh book in the Lenny Moss mystery series features the intrepid Philadelphia hospital shop steward tracking down a murderer even as hospital staff and patients face down a virulent Zika virus attack.
This book examines the influence Islam had on European political thought between the 15th to the 18th centuries, as well as the complex relations between the Ottoman Empire and emergent modern Europe during that era.
This is a feminist theatrical. A very political play. If you don't want to go to a lecture about what is wrong with how the US government treats women and minorities, it's more interesting to go to a play.
The reprinting of a classic book on the Northern Irish "Troubles" of 50 years ago is the occasion for a relook at warring nationalisms, armed violence and ethnic oppression that divided a population, leaving capital and British imperialism unscathed.