Books by Thomas Healy

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 20, 2013

"An exceptional account of the development of the Constitution's most basic right and an illuminating story of remarkable friendships, scholarly communication and the conservative justice who actually changed his mind."
The writings of Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes are the basis of today's interpretation of freedom of speech, but it took many great minds to convince him of its value. Seton Hall Law School professor Healy tells the engrossing tale of how it happened. Read full book review >
I HAVE HEARD YOU CALLING IN THE NIGHT by Thomas Healy
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 2, 2006

"Dog-lovers who found Marley & Me too saccharine will welcome this darker-hued appreciation of a canine friend."
Glasgow-based novelist Healy makes his U.S. debut with an ode to his dog, "a gift from God, to keep me in the world." Read full book review >