Ever since Darwin, the existence of humans has been attributed to our intelligence and adaptability. Renowned primatologist Richard Wrangham presents a startling alternative: our evolutionary success is the result of cooking.
Writer's Digest selected this set as one of the best genre fiction titles of 2014, awarding it honorable mention in the 22nd annual publishing competition. The judges said, "The stories are beautifully crafted with attention to detail, rich scene setting, and a healthy mix of narrative and clever dialogue. The characters read true to life and intrigue the reader with every twist and turn."
The bestselling novel of three young, gifted anthropologists of the ‚Äė30‚Äôs caught in a passionate love triangle that threatens their bonds, their careers, and, ultimately, their lives. Inspired by events in the life of revolutionary anthropologist Margaret Mead, Euphoria is "dazzling ... suspenseful ... brilliant...an exhilarating novel.‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒBoston Globe
The second book in Monroe‚Äôs Lowcountry Summer trilogy, following the NY Times bestselling The Summer Girls. This series is a heartwarming story of three half-sisters and their grandmother, who is determined to help them rediscover their southern roots and family bonds.
"This zombie, this pathetic shell of a human being who would have been nothing more than a victim to me just days ago, scared me. Me! I was the one who scared others. I was the one who brought fear and death."
Six foot two, infuriatingly handsome, and flirtatious, Wyatt Armstrong has always been there for Cassidy, helping her pass her classes and fend off unwanted advances, while driving her insane with his one-night stands--but that's what best friends are for, isn't it? Having each other's backs. There was never any doubt that she would accompany him to his family's summer home--but she never expected to begin seeing Wyatt as more than a friend. Or has she been ignoring her feelings all along?
When you're eighteen, the world opens out before you. Well. Unless you're Laura Collingwood, that is. Her world consists of a tiny island that hasn't changed since the 1950's....
In this engaging memoir of television news and its unique place in history, New York Times bestselling author and Face the Nation anchor Bob Schieffer takes us behind the scenes of the Sunday morning institution that has provided a window on the most memorable events of the last half-century.