Covering the murder of rabbi Chaskel Werzberger, New York Post crime reporter Reuven Fenton found a connection between his job and his Jewish upbringing. Fenton discusses his book about wrongful convictions, “Stolen Years” with Pamela Cytrynbaum.
Jonathan Eig usually writes about jocks and gangsters. His latest book is on the creation of the birth control pill, which he insists is more exciting than you might think.
Harry Rosenfeld survived Kristallnacht in Berlin, and went on to oversee coverage of Watergate as a Washington Post editor. His memoir is as fascinating as his life.
When you cannot conceive, the last thing you want to hear is: So, are you pregnant yet? Jennifer Gilmore has written the response, in the form of a novel.
Filmmaker Errol Morris unravels a notorious 1970s murder case in his new book. Will the thriller spark a conversation about the innocent people our system convicts?