Books by Matthew Brzezinski

Released: Oct. 2, 2012

"A well-told, direct story of endurance and courage in the face of death and destruction on an apocalyptic scale, as moving and powerful as any novel."
The history of Polish Jews who fought Nazi brutality, retold in the stories of some truly remarkable young men and women. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 18, 2007

"A chilling portrait of rocket scientists and cold warriors at work."
The famous satellite's shiny metal orb reflects the entire nerve-racking history of Soviet/American relations during the Cold War. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 7, 2004

"'An America where people . . . lived in fear of terrorists and the government would no longer be the same country,' Brzezinski cautions. That world may be upon us. An alarming, wholly provocative work."
Big Brother may have been dozing on 9/11, but you can bet he's watching you now. Read full book review >
Released: July 1, 2001

"Russia's tailspin is by now a tale with some moss on it, but Brzezinski tells it with appealing dash and indispensable black humor."
A cool stroll down the mean streets of Novy Russky's financial madness, under a rain of cynicism from former journalist Brzezinski. Read full book review >