Archive for June, 2010

Wayne Karlin, Rita Cosby

June 2 . 2010

Veteran and author, Wayne Karlin takes us on a journey back to Viet-Nam in Wandering Souls with the dead and the living. It reminds us of the terrible price of war on soldiers and their loved ones, and reveals a way to heal not by forgetting war’s hard lessons, but by remembering its costs. Later, Emmy award–winning  journalist and  author Rita Cosby reveals  in a compelling and powerful memoir, Quiet Hero,  how she uncovered an amazing personal story of heroism and courage, the untold secrets of a man she has known all her life: her father.

David Edwin Harrell

June 1 . 2010

To many, Pat Robertson is little more than a Christian charlatan whose intemperate remarks on diverting hurricanes and divine healings are a symptom of religiosity gone bad. David Edwin Harrell, a retired professor at  Auburn University, is convinced otherwise. His biography, Pat Robertson, portrays the religious broadcaster as a centrist within the Pentecostal movement and a major player to spread American Christianity around the world.