Books by Carol Gelderman

Released: March 1, 1997

"An unfocused and unconvincing ending after a promising start."
Gelderman (English/Univ. of New Orleans) departs from her usual genre of biography (Henry Ford, 1980; Mary McCarthy, 1988) in this thesis-driven history of speechwriting in the White House. Read full book review >
LOUIS AUCHINCLOSS by Carol Gelderman
Released: Jan. 13, 1993

"Not likely to win Auchincloss new readers, but this short biography will interest his loyal fans, if only to remind them of the scope and depth of his remarkable career. (Sixteen pages of b&w photographs—not seen.)"
Like her biographies of Mary McCarthy (1988) and Henry Ford (1980), Gelderman's latest is, at best, a competent sketch of a complex figure. Read full book review >