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Lords of the Fly

by Monte Burke Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

From the bestselling author of Saban, 4th and Goal, and Sowbelly comes the thrilling, untold story of the quest for the world record tarpon on a fly rod—a tale that reveals as much about Man as it does...

Power and the People

by Alev Scott Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

Democracy was born in Athens. From the city's founding myths to its golden age and chaotic downfall, this timely and well-informed political history is rich with lessons for contemporary America.

Why did vital...

Sex Robots and Vegan Meat

by Jenny Kleeman Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

A timely investigation into the forces that are driving innovation in the four core areas of human experience: birth, food, sex, and death.

In Sex Robots & Vegan Meat, award-winning journalist and documentary-maker...

The City on the Thames

by Simon Jenkins Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

By the former editor of the London Times, a vivid, evocative, and deeply knowledgeable history of this unique world capital.

London: a settlement founded by the Romans, occupied by the Saxons, conquered by...

Royal Witches

by Gemma Hollman Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

The stories of four royal women, their lives intertwined by family and bound by persecution, unravel the history of witchcraft in fifteenth-century England.

Until the mass hysteria of the seventeenth century,...

The Tsarina's Lost Treasure

by Mara Vorhees & Gerald Easter Pegasus Books (September 01, 2020)

A riveting history and maritime adventure about priceless masterpieces originally destined for Catherine the Great.

On October 1771, a merchant ship out of Amsterdam,  Vrouw Maria, crashed off the stormy...

Weird Women

by Leslie S. Klinger Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

From two acclaimed experts in the genre, a brand-new volume of supernatural stories showcasing the forgotten female horror writers from 1852–1923.

While the nineteen-year-old Mary Shelley may be hailed as the...

The World Aflame

by Dan Jones & Marina Amaral Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

A bestselling historian and a brilliant artist have combined their talents to create a stunning visual history of global war and revolution from 1914 to 1945.

Dan Jones and Marina Amaral tell the epic, harrowing,...

All Stirred Up

by Laura Kumin Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

In honor of the centenary of the 19th amendment, a delectable new book that reveals a new side to the history of the suf frage movement.

We all likely conjure up a similar image of the women’s suffrage movement:...

Hobbit Virtues

by Christopher A. Snyder Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

A response to our fractured political discourse, Hobbit Virtues speaks to the importance of “virtue ethics” by examining the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien—with particular attention to his hobbits.


Star Settlers

by Fred Nadis Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

The story behind the elite scientists, technologists, SF enthusiasts, and billionaires who believe that humanity’s destiny is to populate the stars . . .

Does humanity have a destiny “in the stars?” Should...

A Voyage Across an Ancient Ocean

by David Goodrich Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

In the face of widespread misinformation and misunderstanding, a climate scientist ventures into the vast heart of America’s new oil country on just two wheels.

Recently recovered from his epic bicycle journey...

Signs of Life

by Stephen Fabes Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

A young doctor cycles around the world and discovers how societies treat their most vulnerable, in this thought-provoking and witty medical odyssey

When Stephen Fabes left his job as an emergency-room doctor...

Searching for the Messiah

by Barrie Wilson Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

An award-winning historian of religion examines the role a “messiah” plays in Western culture, from its pre-Christian roots to modern interpretations of a savior.

Over the centuries, people have longed for...

My Captain America

by Megan Margulies Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

A finely wrought coming-of-age memoir about the author’s relationship with her beloved grandfather Joe Simon, cartoonist and co-creator of Captain America.

In the 1990s, Megan Margulies’s Upper West Side...

Creating Anna Karenina

by Bob Blaisdell Pegasus Books (August 04, 2020)

The story behind the origins of Anna Karenina and the turbulent life and times of Leo Tolstoy.

Anna Karenina is one of the most nuanced characters in world literature and we return to her, and the novel she propels,...

Meghan and Harry

by Lady Colin Cambell Pegasus Books (July 28, 2020)

**A Wall Street Journal bestseller**

This blockbuster narrative provides the first behind-the-scenes, authoritative account of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s marriage, by the New York Times bestselling...


by Tim James Pegasus Books (July 07, 2020)

A brilliantly diverting and mind-expanding guide to quantum and particle physics.

At the start of the twentieth century, our knowledge of science appeared complete and it seemed that the laws of nature were almost...

Elizabeth I's Secret Lover

by Robert Stedall Pegasus Books (July 07, 2020)

This eloquent biography of the most influential nobleman of the Elizabethan Age reveals how Robert Dudley brilliantly captivated the court of Elizabeth I—and the heart of a queen.

In many respects Lord Robert...

Let Them Eat Pancakes

by Craig Carlson Pegasus Books (July 07, 2020)

A second helping of tales on the joys and challenges of working, eating, and loving in France from the New York Times bestselling author of Pancakes in Paris.

Craig Carlson set out to do the impossible: open...

A Natural History of Color

by Rob DeSalle Pegasus Books (July 07, 2020)

A star curator at the American Museum of Natural History widens the palette and shows how the physical, natural, and cultural context of color are inextricably tied to what we see right before our eyes.

Is color...

One Hundred Dogs and Counting

by Cara Sue Achterberg Pegasus Books (July 07, 2020)

A challenging foster dog invites an experienced foster mama to explore where the endless stream of unwanted dogs is coming from and how it will ever end.

After welcoming her one hundredth foster dog (and her...

In the Name of God

by Selina O'Grady Pegasus Books (June 02, 2020)

A groundbreaking book on the history of religious tolerance and intolerance that offers an essential narrative to understanding Islam and the West today.

Never has this book been more timely. Religious intolerance,...

Running the Dream

by Matt Fitzgerald Pegasus Books (May 05, 2020)

The bestselling author of 80/20 Running and How Bad Do You Want It? reveals his inspiring and surprising journey to see just how fast he can go.

Matt Fitzgerald has been running (and writing about running)...

Damaged Heritage

by J. Chester Johnson Pegasus Books (May 05, 2020)

An illuminating journey to racial reconciliation experienced by two Americans—one black and one white.

The 1919 Elaine Race Massacre, arguably the worst in our country’s history, has been widely unknown for...

The Holy Shroud

by Gary Vikan Pegasus Books (May 05, 2020)

A towering figure in the art world unravels the mystery of the world’s most controversial relic.

The history of the Christian church is strewn with holy relics and artifacts, none more controversial than the...

How to Die in Space

by Paul Sutter Pegasus Books (June 02, 2020)

A brilliant and breathtakingly vivid tour of the universe, describing the physics of the dangerous, the deadly, and the scary in the cosmos.

So you’ve fallen in love with space and now you want to see it for...

A Decade of Disruption

by Garrett Peck Pegasus Books (June 02, 2020)

An eye-opening history evoking the disruptive first decade of the twenty-first century in America.

Dubya. The 9/11 terrorist attacks. Enron and WorldCom. The Iraq War. Hurricane Katrina. The disruptive nature...

Madison's Sorrow

by Kevin O'Leary Pegasus Books (May 05, 2020)

“Essential reading” —Booklist (starred)

“Kevin O’Leary tells this complex and alarming story brilliantly.” —Robert Kuttner

“O’Leary could not be more timely…” —Norman Ornstein


Saving the Last Rhinos

by Grant Fowlds & Graham Spence Pegasus Books (May 05, 2020)

The remarkable story of Grant Fowlds, who has dedicated his life to saving the imperiled rhinos, vividly told with Graham Spence, co-author of the bestselling The Elephant Whisperer.

What would drive a man to...

Even Darkness Sings

by Thomas H Cook Pegasus Books (October 02, 2018)

Thomas Cook has always been drawn to dark places, for the powerful emotions they evoke and for what we can learn from them. These lessons are often unexpected and sometimes profoundly intimate, but they are...

Make, Think, Imagine

by John Browne Pegasus Books (August 28, 2019)

Today's unprecedented pace of change leaves many people wondering what new technologies are doing to our lives. Has social media robbed us of our privacy and fed us with false information? Are the decisions...

The Enlightened Mr. Parkinson

by Cherry Lewis Pegasus Books (August 08, 2017)

A colorful and absorbing portrait of James Parkinson and the turbulent, intellectually vibrant world of Georgian London.

Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common forms of dementia, with 60,000 new cases...

When Islam Is Not a Religion

by Asma T Uddin Pegasus Books (July 09, 2019)

American Muslim religious liberty lawyer Asma Uddin has long considered her work defending people of all faiths to be a calling more than a job. Yet even as she seeks equal protection for Evangelicals, Sikhs,...

White Hot Grief Parade

by Alexandra Silber Pegasus Books (July 03, 2018)

Alexandra “Al” Silber seems to have everything: brilliance, beauty, and talent in spades. But when her beloved father dies after a decade-long battle with cancer when she is just a teenager, it feels like...

The Lovecraft Squad

by John Llewellyn Probert Pegasus Books (March 07, 2017)

There has always been something wrong about All Hallows Church. Reports dating back to Roman times reveal that it has always been a bad place--blighted by strange sightings, unusual phenomena, and unexplained...

The Edge of the Empire

by Bronwen Riley Pegasus Books (May 03, 2016)

AD 130. Rome is the dazzling heart of a vast empire and Hadrian its most complex and compelling ruler. Faraway Britannia is one of the Romans' most troublesome provinces: here the sun is seldom seen and "the...

The Edge of the World

by Michael Pye Pegasus Books (April 15, 2015)

Saints and spies, pirates and philosophers, artists and intellectuals: they all criss-crossed the grey North Sea in the so-called “dark ages,” the years between the fall of the Roman Empire and the beginning...

Young Elizabeth

by Kate Williams Pegasus Books (November 15, 2015)

We can hardly imagine a Britain without Elizabeth II on the throne. It seems to be the job she was born for. And yet for much of her early life the young princess did not know the role that her future would...

The Zoo

by Isobel Charman Pegasus Books (April 04, 2017)

The founding of a zoo in Georgian London is a story of jaw-dropping audacity in the Age of Empire. It is the story of diplomats, traders, scientists and aristocratic amateur naturalists charged by Sir Stamford...

For the Most Beautiful

by Emily Hauser Pegasus Books (January 10, 2017)

Three thousand years ago a war took place where legends were born: Achilles, the greatest of the Greeks, and Hector, prince of Troy. Both men were made and destroyed by the war that shook the foundations of...

Smoking Ears and Screaming Teeth

by Trevor Norton Pegasus Books (September 27, 2012)

A witty celebration of the great eccentrics who have performed dangerous scientific experiments on themselves for the benefit of humankind.

Many scientists have followed the advice of the great Victorian doctor...

Milk of Paradise

by Lucy Inglis Pegasus Books (February 05, 2019)

Poppy tears, opium, heroin, fentanyl: humankind has been in thrall to the “Milk of Paradise” for millennia. The latex of papaver somniferum is a bringer of sleep, of pleasurable lethargy, of relief from...

A Forest in the Clouds

by John Fowler Pegasus Books (February 06, 2018)

For the first time, a riveting insider's account of the fascinating world of Dr. Dian Fossey’s mountain gorilla camp, telling the often-shocking story of the unraveling of Fossey’s Rwandan facility alongside...

Solomon's Code

by Olaf Groth & Mark Nitzberg Pegasus Books (November 06, 2018)

A thought-provoking examination of artificial intelligence and how it reshapes human values, trust, and power around the world.

Whether in medicine, money, or love, technologies powered by forms of artificial...

Son of the Morning

by Mark Alder Pegasus Books (February 15, 2016)

England, 1337: Edward III is beset on all sides. He needs a victory against the French to rescue his throne, but he's outmanned. King Philip VI can put 50,000 men in the field, but he is having his own problems:...


by Brett Kahr Pegasus Books (February 15, 2015)

Sigmund Freud is best known as the father of psychoanalysis. Born in 1856, he was a physiologist, medical doctor and psychologist who spent most of his life in Vienna, Austria. He developed revolutionary ideas...

The Siege of Vienna

by John Stoye Pegasus Books (February 06, 2008)

"In his splendid study The Siege of Vienna, the Oxford historian John Stoye provides a detailed account of the intricate machinations between the Habsburgs and the Ottomans. Mr. Stoye's description of the siege...

Someone to Watch Over Me

by Eric Burns Pegasus Books (March 07, 2017)

Eleanor Roosevelt is viewed as one of the most pioneering women in American history. But she was also one of the most enigmatic and lonely. Her loveless marriage with FDR was no secret, and she had a cold relationship...

The Merman

by Carl-Johan Vallgren Pegasus Books (December 15, 2015)

Nella and her brother Robert live a difficult life with their mother and father in a small town on the west coast of Sweden. Robert is bullied at school, and Nella has to resort to debt and petty crime to pay...