When a body is found half-submerged in a molten mud pot in one of Rotorua’s famous geothermal wonderlands, forensics expert Alexa Glock spots a way to prolong her stay in New Zealand, which she has been visiting for work. Teeth are her expertise, and the investigation needs her help, as other ways of identifying the… Read More →
For the first time ever, hear the ground truth on the war against ISIS from the men who started it. In Hunting the Caliphate, co-authors Dana Pittard and Wes Bryant give a fascinating and no-holds-barred account of America’s fight against the most barbaric insurgency the world has ever seen. Be entertained, be riveted, and become… Read More →
Thirty-one years after workers first broke ground, the magnificent Hotel Neversink in the Catskills finally opens to the public. Then a young boy disappears. This mysterious vanishing―and the ones that follow―will brand the lives of three generations. At the root of it all is Asher Sikorsky, the ambitious and ruthless patriarch whose purchase of the… Read More →
Wouldn’t it be fun to bring your pet to school? Now imagine if EVERYONE brought their pet to school! That’s exactly what happens in this hilarious picture book–and it gets pretty wild! When pets show up with their kids at Maple View Elementary, it’s total chaos! These animals have no respect for school rules, and… Read More →
From the star of the YouTube sensation Jason Drives, the senior editor of the acclaimed website Jalopnik, and a producer of Jay Leno’s Garage comes the wittiest and most insightful guide yet to self-driving cars and the road ahead. Self-driving cars sound fantastical and futuristic and yet they’ll soon be on every street in America…. Read More →
McIntyre’s hosts the North Carolina Poetry Society as poets Sam Barbee and Michael Gaspeny present their prized poems.
McIntyre’s hosts the North Carolina Poetry Society as poets David Radavich, Rob Merritt, and Ruth Moose present their prized poems.
To understand the long march of events in North Carolina from secession to surrender is to understand the entire Civil War—a personal war waged by Confederates and Unionists, free blacks and the enslaved, farm women and plantation belles, Cherokees and mountaineers, conscripts and volunteers, gentleman officers and poor privates. In the state’s complex loyalties, its… Read More →
Louisiana had the Longs, Virginia had the Byrds, Georgia had the Talmadges, and North Carolina had the Scotts. In this history of North Carolina’s most influential political family, Rob Christensen tells the story of the Scotts and how they dominated Tar Heel politics. Three generations of Scotts—W. Kerr Scott, Robert Scott, and Meg Scott Phipps—held… Read More →
After a lifetime in book publishing, Peter Guzzardi had edited a remarkable group of diverse authors, from Stephen Hawking to Deepak Chopra, from Carol Burnett to Douglas Adams, from Byron Katie to Geneen Roth. Yet everything he’d learned from working with them felt oddly familiar. One day it suddenly became clear: all that wisdom had… Read More →