Pulitzer Prize Winning Authors

Avenue of Mysteries John Irving

AVENUE OF MYSTERIES takes place in Mexico and the Philippines, as the past collides with the future when a young  teen-age brother and sister deal with her ability to read minds

 

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Franklin & Washington: The Founding Partnership Edward J. Larson

FRANKLIN & WASHINGTON illuminates the partnership of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, two very different men who perhaps did the most to shape America's image and ideas. Brilliantly written and researched, Larson illustrates how Franklin and Washington worked together and separately to form the country's...

Chicago: A Novel of Prohibition David Mamet

CHICAGO: A NOVEL OF PROHIBITION is the big, bold book David Mamet was born to write. This is his first novel in a generation and has a cast of characters from real life (like Al Capone) acting and reacting with those from the author's brilliant imagination.Most critics agree on one word to describe this blockbuster -...

Songs of America: Patriotism, Protest, and the Music That Made a Nation Jon Meacham

SONGS OF AMERICA is a thoughful examination of music and its impact on the United States throughout history. Beginning with patriotic battle hymns sung...

The Soul of America Jon Meacham

THE SOUL OF AMERICA is a breathtaking examination of important figures and events over the course of American history and how they shaped the country as it has progressed. It is a profoundly enlightening and relevant book about the country's history of division, from its beginning until today, but how the American...

And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle Jon Meacham

AND THEN THERE WAS LIGHT is the definitive biography of the president who governed a divided country that teaches much to learn in the 21st century of polarization and political crisis.

 

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Sutton J.R. Moehringer

SUTTON is a fictive account of the notorious bank robber Willie Sutton, chased by the police and cheered by the public. The story is both poignant and comic and comes from exhaustive research and a vivid imagination.

 

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Barkskins Annie Proulx

BARKSKINS traces the descendants of two families for three hundred years blending history and imagination. The unforgettable characters travel across the globe facing revenge, Indian attacks, and even cultural annihilation. Critics call this Annie Proulx's finest work.

 

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Elsewhere Richard Russo

ELSEWHERE is Richard Russo's warm memoir of coming of age in upstate New York. It is full of humor, heartbreak and love. Every Richard Russo reader needs this treasure.

 

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Everybody's Fool Richard Russo

EVERYBODY'S FOOL includes many of the good old boys from Nobody's Fool. It is full of humor and heart, following a man trying to make the best of the little time he has left.

 

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