A Good Read
Remember the TV show Lie to me? It was all about a specialist in lie detection. Meet the real human lie detector.
“It’s a mix of high brow & low brow. It’s a mix of gay people and straight people. People from the major mid-Atlantic urban centers come here as do people from the more rural areas.”
Author Oliver Pötzsch perch comes from a long line of Bavarian executioners – the last of whom died in the early 1800s. He brings them back to life in his books – the latest of which is THE DARK MONK: A Hangman’s Daughter Tale
“The book is about a world in the future where they have a time travel machine and there is a group called The Time Keepers and then there’s a group called The Time Changers. My character, Shama Katooee, becomes the test case for these two groups to decide what is the proper use of the time travel machine”.
When was the last time you read the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Call of the Wild or W.E.B. Du Bois The Souls of Black Folk?
Dr. Paul Patterson says “It’s been shown by a number of groups around the world that if a woman gets an infection during pregnancy, depending not the timing of the infection and the severity, this can increase the risk for Schizophrenia or autism in the offspring.”
If you’ve just finished college and are looking for a job in your field, Enrico Moretti, author of the New Geography of Jobs, says the first step is to choose the right city.
It’s for helicopter parents who are about to loose their children to college or other adventures away from home.
On this wee’s New Pages, WNEW’s Judlyn Lilly talks to author Ted Bell about his new book “Phantom”. It’s about war and how it may be fought in the not too distant future.
At a time when women could not control their money and property came the Caton Sisters of Maryland. WNEW’S Judlyne Lilly reports on a book about these Stock Market Gurus of the 19th century.