As he presided over a Cabinet meeting on Aug. 6, 1974, President Richard Nixon sounded combative. But everyone in the room knew that his resignation was imminent. “All that talent — all those flaws,” Caspar Weinberger whispered to James Schlesinger. “No morality,” George H. W. Bush said to himself, “Caring for no one and yet doing so much.”
"Revelation" by Robert Knott (Putnam, 324 pages, in stores)
The adventures of territorial marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch continue in Robert Knott's latest book, "Revelation," which features the characters of Robert Parker, who died in January 2010.
Knott was chosen by Parker's estate to carry on the Cole and Hitch series of Western novels, and “Revelation” is his fifth novel in the series.
Of course, Parker's first novel featuring Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch was “Appaloosa,” which was turned into a movie featuring Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen.
Prague festival coming 'Rain or Shine'
"Rain or Shine It's Polka Time" is the theme for the 2017 Prague Kolache Festival Parade and all floats will depict this subject.
The annual festival is scheduled to take place Saturday along Main Street and in the City Park.
"Death's Mistress: Sister of Darkness" by Terry Goodkind (Tor, 512 pages, in stores)
Terry Goodkind launches his new series, "The Nicci Chronicles," with "Death's Mistress: Sister of Darkness," an imposing title for an imposing character.