Even though Quinn Colson got booted from the post of sheriff of Tibbehah County, Mississippi, two books back, law enforcement seems to be a job he just can't get away from.
In the obscure corners of history lie lessons we shouldn't forget, if in fact we ever learned them in the first place.
Kuhn, 48, is best known as the author of The Intern's Handbook and Hostile Takeover, novels featuring assassin-for-hire John Lago. His newest book, The Asset, is a standalone thriller centering on Kennedy, a private airport security …
Three books originally published in the 1960s are appearing in new editions.
"A Night of Protest Poetry and Poetry of Witness" will feature Tampa Bay area poets and institutional leaders in a unified call for human rights in America. Readers include Florida's poet laureate, Peter Meinke, as well as Dennis Amadeus, Slam Anderson, Julie Armstrong, …
Review by Colette Bancroft
Times Book Editor
How about some fresh local fiction?
In the Tampa Bay area, you don't have to look far to find an author. From first-timers starting out to bestselling writers whose books are sold around the globe, hundreds, maybe thousands, of fiction writers …
It's always a little nerve-racking to re-read the work of an author you loved years ago but haven't read since.
Adams realized she wanted to write a book about Josephine Marcus, recognized as wife of legendary frontiersman Wyatt Earp, when she learned Earp was buried in a Jewish cemetery. "It didn't fit. I learned it was because of Josie, who was Jewish, and I wanted to know what …
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These three nonfiction books by Tampa Bay area authors delve into local history.
A woman dies suddenly. Her husband and two young sons are paralyzed by pain and disbelief. Four or five days after her death, when the stream of mourners has drifted away, an enormous crow appears at their door.