By Janice Clark
A gothic, literary adventure set in New England, Janice Clark’s haunting debut chronicles one hundred years of a once prosperous and now crumbling whaling family, told by its last surviving member.
By Paul Harding
A grieving Charlie Crosby (grandson of Tinkers protagonist George Washington Crosby) attempts to come to terms with the death of his daughter, Kate, and the subsequent dissolution of his marriage.
The man who was selected by President Barack Obama to come out of retirement and turn around the nearly bankrupt General Motors after its financial bailout in 2009 offers a memoir of his successes at that company, as well as AT&T.