NYU counted the late author of The Selling of the President, Fatal Vision, and Byliner’s Final Vision among the best journalists of the century.
Trillin contributes wry essays on food, travel, and the American scene to The New Yorker. In 2012 he won the Thurber Prize for American Humor.
Maestro of the modern legal thriller and the author of nine bestselling novels and counting, Scott Turow is a tireless advocate of authors’ rights.
From the Vietnam War to the civil rights movement to the Chicago Bulls, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Halberstam gave us a behind-the-scenes look at some of the biggest stories of the day.
No forward in the NBA does a better job on defense than Boston’s Satch Sanders. Still, come each September, Satch wonders if playing defense is going to be enough.
The Bears’ middle linebacker is doing exactly what he always hoped he would. As long as people let him play his violent game in peace, he has few complaints.
“… For a jockey, Seattle Slew is the kind of horse you wait a career for, the horse you dream about from your first gallop …”
When Cara Rintala was tried in a western Massachusetts courtroom for the murder of Annamarie Cochrane Rintala, it marked the first time in state history that a woman had been charged with killing her lawfully wedded wife. But did she?
In this long-awaited follow-up to the bestselling Fatal Vision, Joe McGinniss examines the never-ending case of Jeffrey MacDonald, accused of brutally killing his wife and two daughters in 1970.
More bad behavior unfolds as Joe McGinniss revisits a small New England town and discovers an absorbing true tale of crime and justice.
Written during Nixon’s 1968 White House run, this was the first book to take an unvarnished look at the dirty game of campaign politics. Forty-five years later, it’s as relevant as ever.
The new manager found the players had changed in the eight years he’d been away. Had he?
Two college boys hitchhiked 1,000 miles to Louisville, drank freely (and free), sneaked into the Derby—and even got to see the race.
If the turkey pluckers vote right, a defeated General may become a victorious Governor.
Imagine Law & Order set in Lake Wobegon. This is the world of 15 Gothic Street, about crime and justice in a small New England town.
What Sarah Palin did (or didn’t do) to promote the development of a $40 billion gas pipeline will be a crucial part of her short history in office.
“I almost moved to England after the election.”
A dispatch from the 1972 Republican National Convention in Miami, where the author introduced Abbie Hoffman to Clare Boothe Luce.