Harvey Kushner, with Bart Davis
f HOLY WAR ON THE HOME FRONT
The Secret Islamic Terror Network
in the United States
Kushner, a respected adviser to the FBI, the
FAA, the INS, and other government agencies,
offers frightening new evidence of a unified
Islamic terrorist network that is operating
inside the United States and planning new
opportunities to strike. “Kushner has performed a useful task in reducing a mass of
extraordinarily complex data to easily comprehensible form.”—New York Post.
Sentinel 240 pp. 1-59523-002-5 $24.95
f CLOSED CHAMBERS: The Rise, Fall,
and Future of the Modern Supreme Court
“Ambitious, opinionated, scholarly...wonder-ful...a crash course in contemporary
constitutional law and judicial culture.”
—Newsday. “Impeccably researched and
impressively documented.”—Boston Globe.
Penguin 608 pp. 0-14-303527-4 $18.00
f WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
A Life Spent Protecting the Right to Choose
From “one of the most powerful women in
Washington” (Washingtonian) comes an urgent
wake-up call to American women to defend
their freedom in its hour of greatest danger.
Important and personal, it is about a woman’s
right to assume her equal place in American
society. 288 pp.
Hudson Street Press 1-59463-006-2 $24.95
MY FATHER’S GUN
One Family, Three Badges,
One Hundred Years in the NYPD
“A dramatic memoir of three generations
of Irish American police officers...Haunting.”
—The New York Times Book Review.
Plume 320 pp. 0-452-27924-0 $14.00
Richard W. Moll
THE LURE OF THE LAW
Why People Become Lawyers,
and What the Profession Does to Them
Drawing on more than 40 interviews with
lawyers, Moll explores both the allure and
expectations of the profession, comparing
them with the actual realities and experiences.
Penguin 240 pp. 0-14-010556-5 $16.00
Chief Charles A. Moose and Charles Fleming
f THREE WEEKS IN OCTOBER
The Manhunt for the Serial Sniper
Chief Moose brings readers inside the massive
investigation of the D.C. sniper case that ultimately solved one of the more infamous
murder cases of our time. “[With] raw honesty
and idiosyncratic charm...[Moose] tells his
own remarkable story in a gutsy, endearing,
no-nonsense way.”—Publishers Weekly.
Signet 384 pp. 0-451-21279-7 $7.99
FIGHTING FAITHS: The Abrams Case,
the Supreme Court, and Free Speech
Penguin 432 pp. 0-14-011736-9
Jeffrey Ian Ross and Stephen C. Richards
“An absorbing, original book that should be
required reading for criminal justice classes.
...Gives the outsider an in-depth look at what
it is like to be in prison in America today.
Highly recommended.”—Library Journal.
Alpha 240 pp. 00-28-64351-8 $14.95
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
THE LETTERS OF SACCO
Edited by Gardner Jackson
and Marion D. Frankfurter
Introduction by Richard Polenberg 320 pp.
Penguin Classics 0-14-118026-9 $19.00
Barry Scheck, Peter Neufeld, and Jim Dwyer
When Justice Goes Wrong
and How to Make It Right
The first and only comprehensive study of the
causes of wrongful conviction in the DNA
era—updated to include the most recent cases.
“A troubling portrayal of the criminal justice
system from within its well-guarded walls.”
— The New York Times.
NAL 432 pp. 0-451-20982-6 $14.95
f SAYING YES
In Defense of Drug Use
“A powerful refutation of the pharmacological
prejudices underlying the war on drugs. Jacob
Sullum highlights the injustice of punishing
people for their politically incorrect choice of
intoxicants.”—Nadine Strossen, president of
the ACLU; professor, NYU Law School. Going
beyond the debate on legalization or the proper
way to win the “war on drugs,” Sullum
presents a damning portrait of how politicized government agencies, antidrug activists,
and a naïve national media have exaggerated
the public’s fears of the harmful effects of
Tarcher 352 pp. 1-58542-318-1 $14.95
A QUESTION OF CHOICE
By the Lawyer Who Won Roe v. Wade
“An excellent, thorough, and long-needed
history of Roe v. Wade.”—Molly Ivins.
Penguin 320 pp. 0-14-017798-1 $15.00
AND FOREIGN POLICY
American Journalism 1959–1975
Introduction by Ward Just
Includes a detailed chronology, maps, biographical profiles, notes, glossary, and index. 830 pp.
Library of America 1-883011-90-6 $17.95
REPORTING WORLD WAR II
American Journalism 1938-46
New Introduction by Stephen E. Ambrose
Preface by Samuel Hynes
“A vast kaleidoscope of impressions in over
145 different articles and excerpts....”—School
Library Journal. Photographs, maps, cartoons
and drawings. 876 pp.
Library of America 1-931082-05-7 $18.95
Stephen E. Ambrose and Douglas G. Brinkley
RISE TO GLOBALISM
American Foreign Policy Since 1938
Eighth Revised Edition
“One of the most lively and provocative interpretive studies of the major events in recent
American diplomatic history.”—American
Historical Review. Ambrose’s study gives a
concise and informative view of the evolution
of American foreign policy from the roots of
World War II to George Bush Sr.’s administration. “An excellent survey.”—Library Journal.
Penguin 480 pp. 0-14-026831-6 $17.00
Stephen E. Ambrose
AMERICANS AT WAR
Fifteen essays, spanning over 100 years of
American history and the author’s thirty-year
career. “Writing in short, crisp chapters,
Ambrose covers a lot of years and events and
makes them all compelling.”—The Indianapolis
Berkley 272 pp. 0-425-16510-8 $14.00
Fred Anderson and Andrew Cayton
f THE DOMINION OF WAR
Empire and Liberty in North America,
“The most important book ever written on the
connection between war and American expansion.... Their story of American imperialism
shows how much we have been like other powerful nations in history.”—Don Higginbotham,
University of North Carolina. “A stunning
and timely book! An imaginative retelling of
American history from the point of view of
empire and war by two very talented historians.”—Gordon S. Wood. 544 pp.
Penguin available December 2005
THE PUZZLE PALACE
A Report on America’s Most Secret Agency
“Bamford has emerged with everything
except the combination to the director’s
safe.”— The New York Times. Bamford’s study
of the NSA penetrates the organization’s vast
network of computers, satellites, and worldwide listening posts to provide a remarkable
account of the Orwellian potential of technological espionage.
Penguin 656 pp. 0-14-006748-5 $15.95