March is a big month here at Scribe, with seven fantastic books being published including the daring and luminous debut novel A Room Called Earth by local author Madeline Ryan, and Monsters, a deeply personal memoir from one of Australia’s most highly regarded critics Alison Croggon.
We’re also publishing a varied selection of nonfiction: We See It All by Jon Fasman is a vivid and urgent look at surveillance; Simon Akam’s The Changing of the Guardis a revelatory, explosive new analysis of the British military today; The Justby Jan Brokken tells the remarkable story of how a consul and his allies helped save thousands of Jews from the Holocaust in one of the greatest rescue operations of the twentieth century; American Kompromatby Craig Unger unravels the Russian-influenced operations that amassed the dirty little secrets of the richest and most powerful men on earth; and Our Hormones, Our Health by Susanne Esche-Belke and Suzann Kirschner-Brouns uses pioneering research from epigenetics, stress medicine, nutritional medicine, and modern HRT, to show us how we can live with health and happiness — no matter what our age.
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Craig Unger is the author of six books, including the New York Times…