Suitable for the Futile Act of Corresponding with Other Miserable Inhabitants of Earth.
Why do we know so little about mathematics? And what is the social cost of our innumeracy?
Edited and introduced by Peter Haining. It's the hard-boiled world of pulp fiction, a genre that was born in the disillusioned decades following World War I, and has been enriched by writers of every generation since.
Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. Bold, lyrical, and prodigious, Soul Moutain probes the human soul with an uncommon directness and candor and delights in the freedom of the imagination to expand the notion of the individual self.
The author of the New York Times bestseller The Time Traveler's Wife returns with another evocative novel in pictures, the much-anticipated follow-up to 2005's The Three Incestuous Sisters.
Wisdom from the First Consulting Detective by John Matthews and Wil Kinghan.