Tanella Boni, Translated by Todd Fredson
Selected for the Poetry Longlist for the 2019 National Translation Awards
Brian F. Haara
Review from Bourbon Veach:
“This book combines those two interests [distilling and history] in what I consider one of the modern classics in Bourbon history books. Haara represents legal cases in a manner that is understandable to the non-lawyer and reveals how the legal cases shaped American law.”
Praise from America: The Jesuit Review:
“One comes away from the book with a sense of a lost world recovered and portrayed in loving detail. McShea has done for early modern North America and New France what Andrew Willard Jones’s Before Church and State did for the France of the 13th century. The result is a triumph of the historian’s art.”
Edward McLean Test
Review from ISLE:
“The true innovation of Sacred Seeds rests in Edward McLean Test’s argument that the importation and knowledge of New World plants to Europe helped to shape English perceptions not only of indigenous peoples, but also of themselves.”
William H. Groner and Tom Teicholz
Praise from the Jewish Journal:
“Groner and Teicholz write with both clarity and compassion about both the human struggle and the legal struggle. The reward for the reader, no less than for the first responders, is the opportunity to see justice done at long last and against long odds.”
The Jews Should Keep Quiet: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, and the Holocaust
“Medoff’s book, prodigiously researched in Israeli and American archives, is painful, but important to read.”
B. J. Hollars
Interview in The Millions.
Article published in cleveland.com.
Excerpt on Literary Hub.
Mention in Publisher’s Weekly.