Search Results: "William L. Stull"


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FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 16, 2001

"Still, we probably can't have too much of Carver's spare, precisely honed prose in print. One hopes a Collected Stories will appear before long."
A presumably final gathering of work left behind by the writer (1938-88) many considered the American Chekhov: a compassionate and artful chronicler of "ordinary" lives. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"Vivid and illuminating account of what it's taken, thus far, to get minority rights from the Constitution onto the street."
This revealing memoir from a half-century's immersion as a civil-rights lawyer is an attempt to answer the age-old question: "What's a nice, white, Jewish kid like you doing here?" Read full book review >

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Released: April 3, 1961

"A knowledgeable dramatic account."
This is an important book recommended for every awakening teenager and guaranteed to capture and sustain profound attention from the first to the last page. Read full book review >

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AMONG THE ANGELS by William L. Brown
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 14, 2013

"An often moving, if overlong, homage to teachers."
A former lawyer assists his wife, a kindergarten teacher, in this anecdotal debut memoir applauding her students. Read full book review >

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STRANGER COME HOME by William L. Shirer
Released: May 27, 1954

"Let's hope that some who refuse to recognize what is happening, as reported in the daily press, will find it more convincing when recorded in human terms in a novel."
Factual transcripts and autobiographical records of American citizens accused by Congressional investigatory committees have — for many readers — scooped the market, explored the interest, broadened the understanding of the conflicting and continuous stream of news stories and commentary. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 15, 1999

"A less than ideal presentation, then, for an important American commentary on life in Nazi Germany."
An often gripping, but seriously under-edited, series of the famed correspondent's news reports for CBS radio, published for the first time. Read full book review >

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Released: Oct. 17, 1960

"As November choice of the Book-of-the-Month, it should be an immediate success."
This is an extraordinarily interesting piece of the history of our times, made possible first by the fact that an excellent reporter was on the scene and lived through much of it, second by the wealth of primary source material secured at the time of the defeat and fall of the Third Reich. Read full book review >

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FINAL THESIS by William L. Story
Released: April 18, 1989

A medium-boiled debut for college professor Nich Toland—"a kind of a policeman"—who turns down student Darlene Abbott's request to find her missing chum Kristin, then changes his mind when one girl turns up dead in a Combat Zone alley, and the other in a wayside gulley. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: June 30, 1993

"An absorbing tale of how a decidedly ugly duckling became a military hero of some consequence. (Nineteen photos, map—not seen) (Main Selection of the Military Book Club)"
A valentine for one of the ugliest, albeit most lethally effective, warplanes ever built—as well as for the men who flew them during the Desert Storm campaign. Read full book review >

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KILLED IN FRINGE TIME by William L. DeAndrea
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 1995

"Fans of the traditional whodunit will gobble it up."
More trouble for the already much-troubled TV vice-president (in charge of ``Special Projects'') Read full book review >