Challenging incarceration and policing was central to the postwar Black Freedom Movement. In this bold new political and intellectual history of the Nation of Islam, Garrett Felber centers the Nation in the Civil Rights Era and the making of the modern carceral state. In doing so, he reveals a multifaceted freedom struggle that focused as much on policing and prisons as on school desegregation and voting rights.
A neat pictorial history book of Oxford, Mississippi, with John Cofield's unique style of telling the town's tale. Featuring photographs from the Dain, Meek, Leslie, and Cofield collections, as well as many private collections.
Jamie Quatro's remarkable first book of stories I Want To Show You More published to spectacular reviews, announcing her arrival to American letters as "a writer of great originality" (New York Times Book Review). Now, with her debut novel, Fire Sermon, Quatro delivers a startlingly original portrait of an obsession and the complexities of a marriage.
Dr. Will Dunbar is a doctor of reproductive medicine, tall, talented, fit and handsome, an all-around good guy. Just as he is about to embark on his dream job as the head of the Reproductive Medicine Department at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, Dunbar receives an emergency call from a former classmate at West Point. The reason for the call--a matter of national security.
Please join us for a signing with the cast member from Real Housewives of New York City.
Set between the hip and idyllic farm-to-table foodie communities of the Hudson Valley, and the hotspots of Brooklyn, the Hamptons, and Manhattan, The Second Course follows four old friends struggling to find their footing in a rapidly changing world.
From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Girls of Atomic City comes the fascinating true story behind the magnificent Gilded Age mansion Biltmore—the largest, grandest residence ever built in the United States.