Ratliff takes the time to present his knowledge in a fastidious fashion of the numerous aspects found in truly listening to the spectrum of sounds over the years.
This entertaining tale of invaluable assistance by a group of mostly unheard personnel to the Allies in World War II, is worthy of picking up this book.
Abrams books celebrates the arrival of the first "Star Wars" standalone film with another gorgeous "Art of" book that delves into the creatures and worlds of "Rogue One."
Author Anne Rice's perennial favorite, Lestat, returns with a new dilemma that sets in motion a reimagining of the leader's ancestry.
The historical-adventure series "Boys of Imperial Rome" returns in its third installment. Author Zack has his two leading men facing off against "The Wrath of Seth" in a desert escapade that will make you sweat!
There are thoughts and feelings found in her book that ring true, and are both compelling and as difficult to maintain as the cinnamon roll buns of Princess Leia's hairstyle.
This masterly, deeply personal account of how New York City street activists transformed the way medical science & the public looked at AIDS is an eminently readable, monumental achievement.
An architect's personal and professional life are turned upside down after he meets a handsome, young stranger in this engaging short novel from Scott Alexander Hess.
This comprehensive (maybe even a little much so) examination of how, definitively examines how, in 3 years, NYC clubs & DJs took disco into new genres like hip-hop and house.
In it, all manner of theatre professionals share stories, anecdotes and histories from the Great White Way.