Search Results: "Clint Hill"


BOOK REVIEW

MRS. KENNEDY AND ME by Clint Hill
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 3, 2012

"Of the many words written about Jacqueline Kennedy, these are among the best."
Evocative memoir of guarding First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy through the young and sparkling years of the Kennedy presidency and the dark days following the assassination. Read full book review >

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FIVE DAYS IN NOVEMBER by Clint Hill
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 19, 2013

"Chronology, photographs and personal knowledge combine to make a memorable commemorative presentation."
Jackie Kennedy's secret service agent Hill and co-author McCubbin team up for a follow-up to Mrs. Kennedy and Me (2012) in this well-illustrated narrative of those five days 50 years ago when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Read full book review >

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JOE HILL
by Gregory McNamee

Climate change is a strange business: it’s turning hot places cold and cold places hot, making desert areas green and turning grasslands into desert. And then there’s what’s going on in Boulder, Colorado, where downpours of sharp steel shards are slicing the locals to ribbons, gruesome deaths first announced, as the narrator of Joe Hill’s novella Rain tells us, by ...


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FIND YOUR NEXT MIND-EXPANDING READ AMONG OCTOBER'S MUST-READ SPECULATIVE FICTION BOOKS
by John DeNardo

Readers looking for a good book need look no further than this month's picks for the best speculative fiction books. (Horror fans, stay tuned later this month for a larger roundup of spooky horror reads!) This month's collection of must-reads includes swashbuckling tales of sword and sorcery, an immortal crow who has lived many lives, a weird tale ...


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STRANGE WEATHER AND OTHER HORRORS
by Thea James

It is October and therefore officially autumn—that season of pumpkin-flavored everything, haunted houses, mists, and mellow fruitfulness. This also means that it is time for slasher movie marathons, the new season of Stranger Things, and a borderline unhealthy indulgence in all the horror novels, both old and new.

One such new horror novel is Strange Weather by Joe Hill. Actually ...


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BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: May 1, 2003

"Highly literate and by turns convincing, depressing, even humorous, thanks to P.G. Wodehouse's delicious 'Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest.'"
So much to steal, so many ways to steal it. Corruption, embezzlement, fraud, the good old stickup, and more find their way into this tangy anthology of pieces on Big Apple crime from Adrenaline series editor Willis (NYPD, 2002, etc.). Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

THE GREAT PROTECTORS by Clint Gleason
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 2, 2017

"A solid middle chapter in a brawny fantasy-adventure chronicle."
Gleason (Molters, 2016, etc.) continues his Far End fantasy saga with a tale of a tribal leader negotiating perils and forming alliances to secure a new home for his clans after a natural disaster. Read full book review >

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Molters by Clint Gleason
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 13, 2016

"A fast-paced, light read likely to appeal to fans of the walking dead and post-apocalyptic action thrillers."
Gleason (Ravagers, 2016, etc.) splices together adventure, horror, and a threat to the survival of humanity in this novel.Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

Released: March 20, 1996

"Given that affirmative action policies have supporters and opponents of all ideological stripes, Clint owes readers a more deliberate appraisal."
As the charged title suggests, Bolick presents a polemic admitting of no debate, and his language is carefully weighted against counterargument. Read full book review >