Book Review: The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women by Kate Moore

The 1920s was a time of flappers and speakeasies, of jazz and dance, of prohibition and women’s suffrage. It was a time of economic growth and industry. It was a time where the arts experienced the rise of creativity, of the Harlem Renaissance, and a time of death for America’s …

Book Review: Three Minutes to Doomsday by Joe Navarro

When it comes to books, non-fiction typically isn’t something I’m interested in. Lately though, I’ve found a few from that genre that have piqued my interest, most notably former FBI Agent Joe Navarro’s Three Minutes to Doomsday, Andrew Leatherbarrow’s Chernobyl: 01:23:40, and another upcoming novel entitled The Radium Girls by Kate Moore. The …