- Shooting for the Stars: A Gil Malloy Novel
Belsky keeps this highly satisfying mystery zipping along right up to the final twist.
- A Bone to Pick: The Good and Bad News About Food, Along with Wisdom, Insights, and Advice on Diets, Food Safety, GMOs, Farming, and More
Bittman covers a variety of issues; though a well-known cookbook author, he’s also a reporter who often gets out of the kitchen.
- North Korea Undercover: Inside the World's Most Secret State
In 2013, BBC reporter Sweeney traveled to North Korea, posing as a university professor on an eight-day tour with a group from the London School of Economics.
- The Cost of Courage
The Gestapo searches for his sister Christiane, a hero in her own right, but when the search proves unsuccessful, they seize and condemn her parents and older brother.
- In Too Deep
When another reporter smokes Maura out five years later, the truth starts to leak out in big, ugly chunks.
- Don't Go Home
When Griffith turns up dead in his room at the inn right before the party, Annie's reporter friend, Marian Kenyon, who recently had a fight with the author, becomes a murder suspect, but many others, including Griffith's family members, had motive to silence him.
- The Spiritual Child: The New Science on Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving
She also prescribes a regular routine of “Seven Right Things,” with simple strategies like speaking, sharing, and connecting.
- 90 Church: Inside America's Notorious First Narcotics Squad
He managed to justify his behavior by the results he and his fellow agents achieved; he looked forward to betraying drug dealers, even those he slept with, because “There were no more bothersome thoughts about right and wrong.”
- Catch the Jew!
His riveting tale, chock full of unbelievable and hilarious encounters, is highly engaging and emotional, eminently readable, brutally honest, and likely the most uncensored and eye-opening report readers will see.
- The Bone Tree
Meanwhile, an unsolved civil rights case from the 1960s may have been finally cracked, and the Double Eagles, a KKK splinter group, have been linked to the traumatic assassinations of the 1960s.
- The Invention of Fire
Nicholas Brembre, “perhaps the most powerful mayor in London’s history,” is reported to have destroyed evidence and threatens anyone who even mentions the massacre.
- Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know
So argues author Bourrie (Fighting Words: Canada's Best War Reporting) a historian and journalist who pulls no punches in this assault on the seemingly milk-and-water Canadian prime minister.
- Wrestling With God: Stories of Doubt and Faith
Longtime reporter Newhall takes the reader on a wild and wonderful ride, with sixteen individuals whom she interviewed and who talk about their faith in their own words.
- Another Little Piece of My Heart: My Life of Rock and Revolution in the '60s
As a writer for the Village Voice who covered music and culture in the 1960s, author Goldstein (The Poetry of Rock, Reporting the Counterculture, and Homocons) was in the right place at the right time, as he explains in this entertaining music memoir.
- Confessions: The Paris Mysteries
There’s also an older sister, Catherine, another beautiful genius, whose reported death in a “motorcycle accident in Capetown” now appears to have been an exaggeration.