Jonathan Yardley has been the book critic of The Washington Post since 1981. That same year he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism. He is the author of six books, and a seventh — a collection of his "Second Reading" columns for The Post — will be published in the summer of 2011.
In “The Unsubstantial Air,” Samuel Hynes tells the story of American flyers in World War I
In ‘Victoria: A Life’, the prolific A.N. Wilson proves that we do need another life of the monarch.
Gregg Herken explores the cozy lives of influence and self-regard in the Cold War years of Washington.
John Cleese recounts his life and career up to and including the Monty Python phenomenon.