By Richard C. Cook
By Richard C. Cook
By Margiad Evans
By Kate Furnivall
The Bahamas, 1943. Hoping to flee her turbulent earlier, twenty-three-year-old Dodie Wyatt has fled to Nassau. however the international is at warfare, and one evening the peaceable existence she has created for herself is shattered whilst she discovers a guy loss of life in an alleyway…
Ella Stanford is married to a robust diplomat who’s been appointed to maintain the Duke of Windsor faraway from his Nazi associates in Germany. And during this urban now teeming with possibility, Ella has her personal secrets—ones that threaten to rip aside her secure and ordered life…
When Ella’s global collides with Dodie’s, they locate themselves stuck within the spiral of violence and greed ripping via Nassau. yet Dodie falls deeply in love with a mysterious American stranger at the island, and jointly they try to discover the reality in the back of the bloodshed, whereas suffering to maintain one another alive during this perilous new world…
By Ellen Wittlinger
By Rachel Carrington
Paul is enchanted with the chestnut-haired lady he runs into on a chilly, Chicago road, and that attraction fast turns to extra. If somebody have been to inform him she was once a legal, he’d by no means think it. Then he sees it for himself. whilst Grace is arrested, he needs to make a decision—protect her or his badge.
By Leonard Steinhorn
The maximum iteration will get credits for profitable international conflict II and braving the melancholy. however the child Boomers? All they get credits for is understanding the right way to order a tall skim double latte. What relatively is the genuine legacy of the Boomers?
Summoning the fantastic sea adjustments they have made in American tradition, this arguable publication recasts the much-maligned Boomers as a better iteration with an enduring legacy of tolerance and equality for all.
Farewell, Donna Reed: "For girls, the infant growth period has been considered one of breathtaking change—in a unmarried new release American ladies have effected one of many maximum social metamorphoses in recorded heritage. What ladies may be able to do this day might were unbelievable 4 or 5 a long time in the past, at top the stuff of utopian myth or technological know-how fiction."
Not purely Women: "The egalitarian norms of the newborn growth have deeply replaced males and should proceed to take action for generations to come."
Diversity as an ethical Value: For too lengthy, the US denied blacks, gays, and different minorities their dignity and rights, yet within the Boomer period we've got enlarged the melting pot to incorporate these as soon as scorned and excluded. Boomers have led a tradition battle "to upend the inflexible social constitution of the Fifties and problem centuries of entrenched norms and attitudes approximately race, ethnicity, faith, and sexuality."
The Greening of America: less than Boomers, environmental safety has turn into a robust new norm in American society. not can we tolerate poisonous run-offs and growth at any cost.
A Freer, extra Open Society: own freedom, tolerance, openness, transparency, and equality—these are the values of the newborn growth period, and we are living them day-by-day at domestic, paintings, institution, and in our many relationships. The outdated ways—the prejudice, narrowmindedness, restrictive intercourse roles, smoke-filled rooms, double criteria, inflexible hierarchies—are going, going, long past due to child Boomers.
The media have it unsuitable: you don't want to struggle a warfare to be an exceptional new release. the US this day is much extra open, inclusive, and equivalent than at any time in our heritage, and Boomers are the foot squaddies who made it occur. The better Generation tells their awesome story.
"The higher Generation is a well timed, passionate security of the newborn growth iteration. . . . Leonard Steinhorn reminds us of the basic liberal spirit that outlined the Boomers and the way they replaced our state for the higher. In doing so, he illuminates the severe concerns that proceed to problem them and their children."
—Joe Conason, bestselling writer of Big Lies and The looking of the President
"The child growth iteration replaced the center and soul of the USA. Leonard Steinhorn's The higher Generation indicates us how far better off all of us are as a result."
—Richard Florida, writer of The upward thrust of the artistic Class
"Steinhorn has written a sensible and inspirational e-book that might be a lift to all Boomers, and may express their young children why ma and pa be aware of best."
—Iris Krasnow, writer of Surrendering to Marriage
"In distinction to their mom and dad' idealized status because the ‘greatest generation,' Boomers were gamely decreased because the ‘worst generation.' And this e-book shouts ENOUGH!"
—Brent eco-friendly, writer of Marketing to modern child Boomers
By Elizabeth Wilhide
By Dani Dixon
Nearing the tip of his occupation, Harold Hillstead has received all of the funds and tool he ever sought after. besides the fact that, Hillstead has turn into suspicious of all people round him -- with reliable cause.
Munroe and Hillstead don’t belief one another. They disagree on every thing: from find out how to perform legislations to the historical past of the us to trendy politics. in truth, the single factor they could agree on is the key they either have to hold buried.