Every novelist, it seems, has a mentor, dead or alive. A man or a woman whose literary accomplishments and personal influence lit the fire within and kept it burning through trial, error and insensitive reviews.
Ayn Rand was very much alive during the period of my life when I first considered transitioning out of the practice of law into full-time writing.
It was during the 1960s, roughly six years after my husband and I had graduated from New York University Law School, that we.... »More
Karen Newman is a smart savvy executive whose soft-on-crime inclinations are in stiking contrast to her hard-headed business acumen — until violence strikes a much-loved member of her family and sends her life spinning out of control... »More
When a man is killed on a bridge spanning East Germany and West Berlin, Kiril Andreyev loses more than a treasured comrade-in-arms. The door has just slammed shut on a carefully engineered escape plan... »More
Unknown to most Americans, there is a virtual epidemic of impostors in this country — countless thousands of people who, since the Vietnam War, have been either inventing a non-existent military service, or inflating their war records... »More
The documented case for treason in Jane Fonda’s 1972 visit to Hanoi — including her pose with an anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American planes, and propaganda broadcasts toward U.S. troops... »More