John James Audubon is best known for his books of 435 life-size drawings of American birds. He came here in the early 1800s from France with a talent for drawing and an abiding interest in birds. He would spend several […]
This river is a tributary of the mighty Amazon. It snakes through one of the world’s most treacherous jungles and it’s where President Teddy Roosevelt and his group, including one of his sons, attempted to travel its unmapped length a […]
Many observers including his biographers would say he’s the most famous artist in the world. Master of sunflowers and starry skies, Vincent Van Gogh is known by people who could not name another artist. And if you ever wondered how […]
A central player in every major church-state-separation battle for decades, the author describes political issues of the day, the new influence of evangelical millennials, and why churches don’t pay taxes. Top authors are interviewed on this 10-minute program that […]
A British author who has lived in China for decades tells a true crime story of the unsolved brutal murder of Pamela Werner, the young daughter of a former British consul, in 1937 in Peking (now Beijing).
“The Handsome Man’s Deluxe Café” is the 15th installment in this popular series. The books feature the delightfully wise Mma Precious Ramotswe, a woman detective in Botswana–a country in southern Africa, her colleague Grace Makutsi, and Mr. JLB Matekoni, her […]
Neely Tucker‘s popular first crime novel features a Washington, DC reporter, Sully Carter. The book is based on a true crime, the Princeton Place murders that occurred in DC in the 1990s. The author’s recently published second title, “Murder, DC,” […]