Body Counts is not the story of a victim or even a hero. It's the story of a man at a unique time and place, a man with personal demons and challenges he used to fuel a quite remarkable life.BWW Reviews: DEADLY LITTLE SECRETS by Marla Miller January 30, 2014
Not a Jane Austen fan? That's no reason to skip Undressing Mr. Darcy. I guarantee, like Vanessa Roberts, you will find yourself quickly succumbing to the charms of Austen's storytelling, and Doornebos' as well.BWW Reviews: FOSSE by Sam Wasson December 2, 2013
What more can be said about 9/11 and the families who lost loved ones on that horrific day? Well, as it turns out, there is a lot more to learn.BWW Reviews: LET IT BE by Chad Gayle May 29, 2013
Letting it be is something that does not come naturally for the characters in this book. More than one refuses to back down emotionally or physically. And that leads to a tragedy that no one could've foreseen: a tragedy that changes everyone forever.BWW Reviews: Cara Black's MURDER BELOW MONTPARNASSE April 30, 2013
Fortune in My Eyes is a fascinating chronicle of how one man, over six decades, moved easily between the glamorous world of theatre and the gritty world of the disenfranchised (gays, prisoners, ex-cons, AIDS patients). And if it seems at times as if he's lived a Forrest Gump-like life, well, that's not a criticism.BWW Reviews: LES MISERABLES From Stage to Screen March 4, 2013
In an age where union-bashing is all the rage, Performance of the Century: 100 Years of Actors' Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater by Robert Simonson is a powerful chronicle of excellence achieved by union professionals.BWW Book Reviews: THE BROADWAY MUSICALS QUIZ BOOK January 20, 2013
A lot of musicians have written books lately: Pete Townsend, Neil Young, Patti Smith, among others. They tend to be memoirs filled with tales of past debaucheries and feuds, creative process and awards. But Love is the Cure: On Life, Loss and the End of AIDS by Elton John is a very different kind of celebrity tell-all.