Books by Paul Schneider

OLD MAN RIVER by Paul Schneider
Released: Sept. 3, 2013

"A wild ride well worth taking, though readers may want to portage around some of the narrative rapids."
Another chockablock, environmentally focused, ambitious volume from Schneider (Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend, 2010, etc.). Read full book review >
BONNIE AND CLYDE by Paul Schneider
Released: May 1, 2009

"A pleasure for true-crime buffs and a better read than Jeff Guinn's Go Down Together (2009)—though Guinn breaks more news."
Fast-paced account of the fast-lived lives of Mr. Barrow and Ms. Parker. Read full book review >
Released: May 5, 2006

"A you-are-there enterprise in the Steven Ambrose vein, full of surprising turns and not a few ironies."
Talk about a bad trip: Four would-be conquerors wander across some of North America's most difficult country for eight years, and they don't even find gold to make up for their troubles. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2000

"For the most part, a tight and cruising historical narrative—a rich tale for so small a piece of property. (drawings, photos, maps, not seen)"
A fine, if at times over-focused, portrait of Massachusetts' famed Cape and the islands that surround it, from travel writer and naturalist Schneider (The Adirondacks, 1997). Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 1997

"For a slice of real estate that doesn't suffer from literary neglect, Schneider's contribution is a welcome, lively, and ranging consideration. (photos, not seen)"
A crisp, filigreed history of the Adirondacks—from their beginnings in Grenville orogeny to last year's trapping harvest- -from Schneider, an editor at Mirabella. Read full book review >