Dean Koontz's novel 'The Eyes of Darkness,' released in 1981, features a killer virus named 'Wuhan-400'.
This historical novel by Matt Nesvisky, a former writer for both The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report, takes the reader on an emotional ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present day
“Everybody knows the camps never existed,” a caption alongside that caricature read.
Richard Russo’s novel ‘Chances Are…’ is a beguiling, surprising reunion of college friends.
‘The Chain’ is a kidnap yarn made for the big screen
The book takes place over a few hours during which a group of Islamic terrorists plan to kidnap the US president while the Johnson-like hero stumbles across the plot and tries to foil it.
Groups and events are like oxygen for the growing cadre of enthusiasts of the erotic romance genre.
"Co-opting a genocide to further your specific religious perspective is unacceptable," critic says about 'For Such a Time.'