Smokejumper Jason A. The Big Burn Timothy Egan.
The Esperanza Fire John N. The Fire Line Fernanda Santos.
Fire Season Philip Connors. Path of the Puma Jim Williams. Indian Creek Chronicles Pete Fromm. On the Fireline Matthew Desmond. Washington's Crossing David Hackett Fischer.
Desert Solitaire Abbey. Legends of the Fall Jim Harrison. Bestsellers in History Of The Americas. Becoming Michelle Obama.
Call Sign Chaos Jim Mattis. Vietnam Max Hastings. Common Sense Thomas Paine. Tuesdays With Morrie Mitch Albom. The Oath Jeffrey Toobin. The Rights of Man Thomas Paine. Twelve Years a Slave Solomon Northup. Alexander Hamilton Ron Chernow.
The Good Spy Kai Bird. Democracy in America Alexis de Tocqueville. Vulgar Favors Maureen Orth. Time's Convert Deborah Harkness. Great Expectations Charles Dickens.
The Harper Decade, the e-book that compiles my best writing on Stephen Harper over the decade he’s been a party leader, is now available in Apple’s proprietary iBook format. This link will take you to it in iTunes, if you have iTunes. The Harper Decade is now available as arunthodomen.ml It was a great pleasure to be a guest on CBC Radio's The Current this morning. We discussed my new Maclean's e-book, The Harper Decade. Here's an audio.
Bowling Alone Robert Putnam. Che Guevara Jon Lee Anderson. Political Fictions Joan Didion.
Crucible Jonathan Fenby. The History of Jazz Ted Gioia. Forgotten Continent Michael Reid. Team of Vipers Cliff Sims. Uncreative Writing Kenneth Goldsmith. Settlers J. Moja historia Michelle Obama. Fire and Fury Michael Wolff. The Bell Curve Richard J. Walden Henry David Thoreau. Channel of Peace Kevin Tuerff. Circle of Greed Patrick Dillon. Children of Uncertain Fortune Daniel Livesay.
Truman David McCullough. Hiroshima Nagasaki Paul Ham. Review quote "Beautiful.
A dark American idyll of which the language can be proud. They could not have found a storyteller with a better claim to represent their honor. A great book. Kincaid "New York Times Book Review " "A treasure: part detective story, part western, part tragedy, part elegy and wholly eloquent ghost story in which the dead and the living join ranks cheerfully, if sometimes eerily, in a search for truth and the rest it brings. The story, which I've read at least four times now, is agonizing to read, making the hairs on my arms stand on end.
It is also one of the most pleasurable experiences I've had. Kondro, Wayne. Latour, Bruno. Science in action: How to follow scientists and engineers through society. We have never been modern. An inquiry into modes of existence: An anthropology of the moderns. Laboratory life: The construction of scientific facts. Introduction: STS and neoliberal science. Social Studies of Science, 40 5 , — Laycock, David. The new right and democracy in Canada: Understanding reform and the Canadian Alliance.
Liebell, Susan. Democracy, intelligent design and evolution: Science for Citizenship. Linnitt, Carol.
Can scientists speak? Mancini, Melissa. Science cuts and muzzling in Canada: How Conservatives reshaped a discipline. Huffington Post Canada. McKnight, Peter. A deadly disdain for science. The Vancouver Sun. Mooney, Chris.