Each week, we feature a great book from our archive of more than 300,000 original reviews, dating back to 1933. All selections are currently in print, so browse our editor's selections, and discover a gem you might have missed in its heyday.
General William Tecumseh Sherman, perhaps the Union Army's fiercest and most complicated soldier, wages war in these letters against the Confederacy, the press—and himself. Read full book review >
If the Girl Scout troops of Beverly Hills need an illuminating manual for their Fundamentals of Successful Producing merit badge, this is it. Read full book review >