Ronald L. Numbers and Kostas Kampourakis have joined together to create Newton's apple and other myths about science
Agatha Christie is undoubtably one of the most famous of murder mystery writers and she was able to kill off a character using one of a many deadly substances.
Paul Theroux is a seasoned travel writer and his latest book Deep South: four seasons on back roads will transport you to a place full of riches and delights especially in music and cuisine.
How can we display the globe on a flat surface? That's been a challenge since before the days of Columbus.
He may not be Harrison Ford, but Ron Brown explores Ontario's historic roads, with unexpected side trips and a fascinating story.
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"And was Jerusalem builded here, among these dark satanic mills?", asked the poet William Blake (1757-1827). Leo Damrosch has an answer.