The Browning of the New South
Jennifer A. Jones ’03 takes an ethnographic look at changing racial identities in an evolving Southern city.
The Sweeney Sisters
Lian Dolan ’87 returns with her biggest, boldest, most entertaining novel yet—a hilarious, heartfelt story about books, love, sisterhood and the surprises we discover in our DNA.
The Eye That Never Sleeps
Clifford Browder ’50 offers a classically told detective novel that creates a web of intrigue while giving the reader a tour of a bygone era of America through the filter of New York City.
Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Geology, Exploration, Drilling & Production
Norman J. Hyne ’61, in the new fourth edition of his widely used textbook, provides broad insight into the nature of gas and oil production today.
The Religion of Physics
Philip C. Groce ’62 melds science and religion into a conceptual framework that God can be defined as energy.
Jody Savage ’75, writing as Stella Fosse, seeks to empower older women writing about erotic experiences in life, the bedroom and beyond.
Devotional Thoughts on the Lord’s Supper, Offering and Prayer
Ronald Johnson ’71 compiles 64 talks given prior to the Lord’s Supper, 14 talks for the offering and two talks on prayer.