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THE 15:17 TO PARIS, by Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, and Spencer Stone, is the story of the three young American friends who foiled a terrorist attack on a train bound for Paris in August 2015. Read more.

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“An unabashed fan of professional football offers a spirited defense of a sport besieged by controversy...it offers comfort to fellow fans that the sport deserves their attention…A breezy read that provides cultural context to accompany another football season.” Kirkus Reviews

Gregg Easterbrook
The Game's Not Over

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“It's always important to read Garry Kasparov, who warned the dangers of Putinism long before so many others. He is that rare thing: A Russian democrat who is realistic about his country, but remains hopeful for the future.”
—Anne Applebaum

Garry Kasparov
Winter is Coming

News and Features

  • January 31, 2016 The Game's Not Over reviewed in the Financial Times

    "In the history of the world, there have been few books quite like this one by Gregg Easterbrook. " [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 Emma Sky’s THE UNRAVELING was chosen as one of the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2015!

    “Important and disturbing…Sky’s narrative is full of important lessons…To counter Iran in Iraq and prevent the alienation that created ISIS...It would have required, perhaps, a thousand Emma Skys. But there was only one of those.” —New York Times Book Review [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 Three PublicAffairs books were selected for the Financial Times’ Books of the Year list!

    Congratulations to John Kay’s OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY, Tom Burgis’ THE LOOTING MACHINE, and Emma Sky’s THE UNRAVELING. [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 THE GAME OF OUR LIVES won the 2015 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award!

    Judges called the book “an exceptional winner...a serious, insightful yet compellingly readable book on a subject that affects the lives of everyone in the country, be they football fans or not.” [Read more]

  • November 17, 2015 A fantastic review for The Devil’s Financial Dictionary!

    "Part social commentary, part instruction manual, Zweig’s book is must-reading...pointed, witty, and revealing of important and useful truths. The Devil himself, a.k.a., [Ambrose] Bierce, would be proud."— Time magazine [Read more]

  • November 10, 2015 Library Journal selected THE RED WEB as one of their best books of 2015!

    "Riveting." —Library Journal, Starred Review   [Read more]

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