Harry Bernstein’s INVISIBLE WALL; a 93-year-old Jewish Englishman recalls the anti-Semitism of his childhood.
Roald Dahl’s SWITCH BITCH; short stories just for grown-ups, by the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Ed Sikov’s DARK VICTORY: THE LIFE OF BETTE DAVIS; a comprehensive biography of the actress who defied the Hollywood moguls to get better film roles.
James Van Praagh’s TALKING TO HEAVEN: A MEDIUM’S MESSAGE OF LIFE AFTER DEATH; memoir, guide, and case study; how the author helps grieving people contact their loved ones.
Agatha Christie’s MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS; death among the wealthy on a luxurious train.