Yale loves summer reading –new titles added to our Online Sale
Delve into Tennent H. Bagley’s Spy Wars and uncover details from the CIA officer who handled the famous Nosenko case. If biographies are your interest, Wayne Franklin’s recently released James Fenimore Cooper is the first to draw on complete family archives of this influential literary figure. Award-winning books round out the list, with Adrian Goldsworthy’s Caesar: Life of a Colossus receiving honors as 2007 Society for Military History Distinguished book as well as Best Book of 2006 by Amazon, and Pulitzer-nominated John Wilkes: The Scandalous Father of Civil Liberty by Arthur H. Cash. (For more on Goldsworthy, click here to listen to his podcast.)
In other Press news, we’ve also just added new titles to our Online Sale. From Art and Humanities to Social Science, Reference and Science & Medicine, we’ve got hundreds of books at a 50% web-only discount. When you’re ready to checkout with our secure, online shopping cart, be sure to use promo code YSALE to receive your discount.
Here’s to the sunny days of summer!