Kraft, Eric. Reservations Recommended. New York: Crown Publishers, 1990.
Meet Matthew Barber (also known as B.W. Beath). Toy designer by day (as Matthew), restaurant critic by night (as B.W.). 348 more words
Furst, Alan. The Polish Officer. Read by George Guidall. New York: Recorded Books, 2005.
Alexander de Milja has been offered a miraculous choice. With Poland on the brink of surrender to the Germans, he has a decision to make: stay in the Polish army as Captain and serve on the battlefield (a guaranteed suicide) or join an underground Polish resistance group Zwiazek Walki Zbrojnej. 207 more words
Chesterton, G.K. The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare. : The Floating Press, 2009. ebook collection (EBSCOhost). Web. February 3rd, 2015.
There are so many reviews which comment on the religious allegory of this book so I will refrain from doing that, except to say I enjoyed the “dueling with the devil” scene the most. 462 more words