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T H E  G R E A T E S T  A R T
T H E F T  I N   H I S T O R Y

“A cast of characters that would make
Martin Scorsese swoon in admiration...
Kurkjian constructs a thrilling narrative
...a great mystery story well told."

Boston Globe

Rembrandt's Storm on the Sea of Galilee

P R I N C E S  A T  W A R
B Y  D E B O R A H  C A D B U R Y

“What makes this biography so
extraordinary is that Cadbury has carefully
plotted a timeline, placing each person, and
each event in context, building a clear,
concise and riveting web of stories into
a wondrous book.” —Maclean’s

Deborah Cadbury
Princes At War

R E A D Y  F O R  T H E  N E X T 
B I G  B E N D  I N  T H E 
R O A D?

"Executives need the insight to see around corners... Ram Charan shows what it takes to go on the attack."-Dominic Barton, McKinsey & Company

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The Attacker's Advantage

News and Features

  • March 20, 2015 The Looting Machine was reviewed in the New York Times Sunday Book Review

    “This is a brave, defiant book.” [Read more]

  • February 13, 2015 Peter Pomerantsev featured in the New York Times Saturday Profile

    Mr. Pomerantsev’s book, “Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible,” has particular resonance, describing a world where laws change at the whim of the powerful and where television provides an ever-present, entertaining and emotionally charged distortion of reality. [Read more]

  • January 28, 2015 PublicAffairs to publish new book by Garry Kasparov that argues for the West to take action against Russian President Putin

    “It’s a book of big ideas and ambitious proposals, and that’s what PublicAffairs does better than anyone.” [Read more]

  • January 23, 2015 The Strategist reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "An excellent authorized biography... [Scowcroft is] among the most important and talented American strategists of the postwar period." [Read more]

  • December 3, 2014 Tom Friedman's New York Times op-ed discusses David Rothkopf's new book

    "The focus on terrorism, combined with our gotcha politics, has 'killed creative thinking' in Washington, let alone anything 'aspirational' in our foreign policy." [Read more]

  • December 2, 2014 The Fortunes of Africa reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "Even the longtime specialist is likely to learn lots of things because of the extraordinary amount of ground the author covers." [Read more]

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