Midnight Alley
Detective Featured News USA

Midnight Alley by Miles Corwin

[caption id="attachment_288" align="aligncenter" width="531"] Midnight Alley by Miles Corwin[/caption] Booklist, Starred Review, February, 2012 "Recommend this superb novel to fans of crime thrillers and police procedurals..." Ash Levine, the top detective in the LAPD's elite Felony Special Squad, is called out to solve the murder of two young black men found shot to death in a Venice alley. (more…)
Neighbours and the Law
Education Featured Ireland Law News

Clarus Press Publishes Neighbours and the Law

[caption id="attachment_266" align="aligncenter" width="531"] Neighbours and the Law[/caption] Clarus Press has launched the first publication in Ireland to deal specifically with the range of legal issues that arises between neighbours. The newly published law book entitled "Neighbours and the Law" provides an up-to-date analysis of neighbourhood law guiding the reader through the many intricacies and pitfalls. (more…)
Burt Bacharach
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HarperCollins aquires rights to Bacharach story

  [caption id="attachment_181" align="aligncenter" width="531" caption="Burt Bacharach"][/caption] HarperCollins has acquired world rights to Burt Bacharach's life story, ANYONE WHO HAD A HEART. Written with Robert Greenfield and told in Bacharach's own words, the book will recount the life and times of a true American icon who has composed many of the most important popular songs of the last century. The deal was negotiated by Jonathan Burnham, Senior VP, Publisher, Harper
Schools for Misrule
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Legal Academia and an Overlawyered America

[caption id="attachment_80" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Schools for Misrule"][/caption] From Barack Obama (Harvard and Chicago) to Bill and Hillary Clinton (Yale), many of our current national leaders emerged from the rarefied air of the nation's top law schools. The ideas taught there in one generation often shape national policy in the next. The trouble is our elite law schools keep churning out ideas that are catastrophically bad for America. From class action