Books by Justin Martin

GENIUS OF PLACE by Justin Martin
Released: June 1, 2011

The remarkable story of America's first, and still foremost, landscape architect.

By 1857, when he applied to superintend the creation of a large green space in the middle of Manhattan, Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) had already worked briefly as a clerk, surveyor, sailor, farmer, journalist, book author and publisher. Read full book review >

NADER by Justin Martin
Released: Nov. 1, 2002

"A welcome portrait, one from which the famed gadfly's admirers and foes alike have much to learn."
An eyes-wide-open portrait of "an immensely polarizing figure" whose enemies—Democratic Party loyalists, Big Three stockholders, and Corvair enthusiasts among them—are legion. Read full book review >
GREENSPAN by Justin Martin
Released: Nov. 1, 2000

"An informative, sprightly introduction to the laissez-faire leader that will appeal to Wall Street groupies, stock market buffs, and members of the Official Greenspan Fan Club."
The life, times, and thoughts of Chairman Alan are encapsulated in a savvy bio of the most popular of all Federal Reserve chieftains. Read full book review >