Books by Dina Temple-Raston

Released: Sept. 1, 2007

"An elegant examination of how the rules of justice have changed since 9/11."
Well-wrought investigative report about six young Arab-Americans from western New York who stumbled into terrorism. Read full book review >
Released: March 9, 2005

"A useful update to Elizabeth Neuffer's The Key to My Neighbor's House (2001), Gérard Prunier's The Rwanda Crisis (1995), Samantha Power's 'A Problem from Hell'(2002), and other studies of slaughter."
More than 800,000 dead in the space of months: the pen can be mightier than the sword indeed. And, as the critic F.L. Lucas observed, "though the tongue has no bones, it can break millions of them." Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 6, 2002

"Not just a painstaking anatomy of a murder, but of the intractable difficulties in resolving America's ongoing racial dilemma."
A grimly powerful chronicle of a hate crime, the grisly murder of James Byrd Jr., and the soul-searching that resulted for the residents of Jasper, Texas. Read full book review >