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.
Ronald C. Rosbottom depicts the limits of the Parisian response to Nazi occupation.
In “Harold and Jack,” Christopher Sandford depicts the ties that bound Harold Macmillan and Jack Kennedy
In “When Britain Burned the White House,” Peter Snow recounts the War of 1812.
In his memoir ‘Foreign Correspondent,’ H.D.S. Greenway sums up a career of war reporting.