History

     UNTIL I COULD BE SURE: How I Stopped the Death Penalty in Illinois by George H. Ryan Sr. with Maurice Possley, Roman             and Littlefield, 2020

     HISTORIC ROCKY MOUTAIN NATIONAL PARK: The Stories Behind One of America's Great Treasures by Randi Minetor,

     Lyons Press, 2019

 

     ENEMY CHILD: The Story of Norman Mineta, a Boy Imprisoned in a Japanese American Internment Camp During World War         II by Andrea Warren, Holiday House, 2018

     RISE OF THE CAJUN MARINERS: The Race for Big Oil by Woody Falgoux, Skyhorse, 2017

     THE FRIENDLY ORANGE GLOW: The Untold Story of the PLATO Learning System and the Dawn of Cyberculture by Brian

     Dear, Pantheon, 2017.  

     HAUNTED MARYLAND: Dreadful Dwellings, Spine-Chilling Sites and Terrifying Tales by Darcy Oordt, Globe Pequot, 2016

     THE DEATH PENALTY:  What’s Keeping It Alive by Andrea D. Lyon, Rowman and Littlefield, 2015

 

     CURSED IN NEW YORK: Stories of the Damned in the Empire State by Randi Minetor, Globe Pequot Press, 2015 

     HAUNTED PHILADELPHIA: Famous Phantoms, Sinister Sites, and Lingering Legends by Darcy Oordt, Globe Pequot Press,             2015. 

     SCHEISSHAUS LUCK: Surviving the Unspeakable in Auschwitz and Dora by Pierre Berg and Brian Brock, Ginkgo, 2014

 

     IN SEARCH OF SACCO AND VANZETTI: Double Lives, Troubled Times, and the Massachusetts Murder Case That Shook the

     World by Susan Tejada, University Press of New England, 2012  

 

     AMERICA’S MEDICIS: The Rockefellers and Their Astonishing Cultural Legacy by Suzanne Loebl, Smithsonian Press, 2010 

     GILDED MANSIONS: Grand Architecture and High Society by Wayne Craven, W. W. Norton Publishers, 2008 

     RETURN TO THE MIDDLE KINGDOM: One Family, Three Revolutionaries, and the Birth of Modern China by Yuan-tsung

     Chen, Union Square Press, 2008

 

     THE BOMB IN THE BASEMENT: How Israel Went Nuclear and What That Means for the World by Michael Karpin, Simon and

     Schuster, 2006

     IDEAS TRIUMPHANT: Women Building Movements That Change Society by Lawrence Lader, Seven Locks Press, 2003

     AMERICAN ART: HISTORY AND CULTURE by Wayne Craven, McGraw Hill, 2002

     THE MEDIEVAL WOMAN CALENDAR by Sally Fox, Workman Publishing, 1991 - 2002  

     GIANTS OF JAPAN:  The Lives of Japan's Greatest Men and Women by Mark Weston, Kodansha America, 1999

     MOTHER AND DAUGHTER, THE LETTERS OF ELEANOR AND ANNA ROOSEVELT by Bernard Asbell, Coward,

     McCann and Geoghegan, 1998

     CHRIST CHURCH, PHILADELPHIA:  The Nation's Church in a Changing City by Deborah Mathias Gough, A Barra Foundation

     Book/University of Pennsylvania, 1996 

     THE PILL: The Untold Story of the Birth Control Drug that  Changed the World by Bernard Asbell, Random House, 1995,

     Winner of the Best Book of the Year Award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

     WE HAVE COME A LONG WAY: The Story of Women's Tennis by Billie Jean King with Cynthia Starr, McGraw-Hill, 1988