Hermes Press, an American publisher that specializes in comic book reprints, has started collecting the extensive run of “Pogo” at Dell Comics. The first two hardcover volumes have been released, and they are exceptional.
The Boss should stick to concerts and recordings.
Atragedy embedded in a love story is vividly relived in the setting of the brutal Balkan wars in this gripping and expertly plotted thriller.
Few readers of Vanity Fair are aware that there was once another, quite different, magazine bearing the same name that flourished for less than a quarter-century, ceasing publication years before Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair’s present (and founding) editor, now in his mid-60s, was even born.
Richard Norton Smith, a fluent and elegant writer, gives us Nelson Rockefeller’s life in full, touching especially on the political aspects.
Reviewing one of Andrew Roberts’ earlier books, an English critic wrote that “as well as being intelligent, hard-working and opinionated, he gets great fun out of his writing.
This book explodes in its opening chapter with a gruesome murder at a race track, concludes with an express train demolishing a victim at 100 miles an hour and vibrates on intervening pages with the thunder of horses’ hooves.