Gene Hackman's 'suspenseful story' hits the beaches
Gene Hackman made a cameo appearance at BookExpo America 2004 to autograph his new book, Justice for None (St. Martin's Press; June, 2004), along with his co-author Daniel Lenihan. Hackman's 'suspenseful story' (Booklist),which arrived on bookseller's shelves in time for summer beach reading, takes place far from Hollywood in a small town in Illinois. It's 1929, on the eve of the Great Depression...
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John C. Bonifaz, Warrior-King: The Case For Impeaching George W. Bush.
Attorney John C. Bonifaz argues that the Iraq War is illegal and that President George W. Bush committed an impeachable offense by launching a first-strike invasion of Iraq absent a congressional declaration of war or equivalent action. (6-part interview shot at Old South Meeting House in Boston, scene of the Boston Tea Party, 20 min)
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Mario Batali dishes his first non-Italian cookbook along with some food for thought.
Celebrated American chef, writer, restaurateur and media personality Mario Batali takes a sweeping look at food, health, education, and finding yourself in the modern world.
Jules Feiffer, Farel Dalrymple, Raina Telgemeier, and Michael Cho reveal their secrets to success.
Pulitzer-Prize and Oscar-winning cartoonist, playwright and screenwriter Jules Feiffer leads three of today's emerging cartoon/graphic novel artists/writers in a discussion of the past, present and future of the exploding medium.
Mary Pearson wraps up her bestselling Jenna Fox Chronicles with Fox Forever.
Bestselling author Mary Pearson autographs the second book in her Fox Chronicles trilogy at BEA 2011.