Destiny of the Republic: Tell me everything you know about President James Garfield. You’ve got nothing.
Razzle Dazzle: This glittering, salacious backstage pass into the scandalous and triumphant history.
The Sixth Extinction: Great extinctions have wiped out the inhabitants of our planet numerous times . . . are humans next.
In Cold Blood: Three OTS staff members, myself included, read Capote’s classic crime tome during the summer months.
The Jersey Brothers: THE JERSEY BROTHERS tells the remarkable saga of three American brothers amid the agony and triumph of WWII.
The Vanishing Velázquez: A dual biography of a seventeenth-century artist and a nineteenth-century art-obsessed bookseller.
Endurance: In 1914, Ernest Shackleton (along with a small crew) set off on an expedition to be the first person to cross the Antarctic.
The Teammates: Call me un-American, but I have no interest in baseball, which only goes to prove how far this heartwarming book.
The Monster of Florence: The unsolved case of London’s Jack the Ripper gets all the press, but Florence has its own still-unidentified serial killer whose grisly.
The Family That Couldn’t Sleep: Ever hear of prions? They’re nonliving proteins that sometimes run amuck and cause incurable brain diseases.