REVIEWS

 

SONIA SOTOMAYOR: THE TRUE AMERICAN DREAM

“Readers looking for a riveting and meticulously researched book on the Supreme Court Justice will be engrossed.” —Publishers Weekly

“Journalistic in tone and treatment . . . good, responsible, nonsensational journalism, proving to be necessary reading for anyone gathering a solid, accurate picture of this remarkable woman.” —Booklist

“RECOMMENDED.” —Library Journal

FATAL REMEDY

“Felix’s novel takes the reader into a dark and sinister world where medicine, greed and lust combine to engross the senses from beginning to end—a disturbing and thrilling book.”  –Alan Cooke, Emmy© award-winning filmmaker, actor, and writer

CONDI: THE CONDOLEEZZA RICE STORY

“A pleasure to read.” —Washington Times

 “An amazing portrait of a great woman and very highly recommended reading for students of current events, Black Studies, and contemporary political science.”
Midwest Book Review

 “A well-written and highly readable portrait . . . [A] thorough and engaging profile.”
Publishers Weekly

 “Sheds light on the personal and political history of one of Washington’s most powerful figures.” —New York Daily News

 “Well-researched and thorough . . . a significant biography.”
Black Issues Book Review

 “For those who want to know just how the Soviet affairs expert gained the ear and regard of President Bush, Condi is a good read.” —Upscale magazine

 “A must-read for anyone serious about keeping tabs on the fast-paced political arena. Even readers with a disinterest in politics may find this success story compelling and hard to put down.”
—The Star (Chicago)

WESLEY K. CLARK: A BIOGRAPHY

“Engaging . . . look for this book’s second edition.” —Publishers Weekly

ANDREA BOCELLI: A CELEBRATION

“Those curious about the main and his music will find much to like here.” 
—Booklist

SILENT SOUL: THE MIRACLES AND MYSTERIES OF AUDREY SANTO

“In this elegant work, Felix . . . investigates from all sides, relying on extensive interviews with theologians, psychologists, Church officials, and those who claim cures through Audrey’s intercession. . . . Felix weaves Catholic history throughout the book, and the section on victim souls is particularly elucidating.” —Catholic Digest

 “A thoughtful look at the intersection of faith and mystery.” —Publishers Weekly