LeBron James and the Remaking of the Cleveland Cavaliers
by Terry Pluto and Brian Windhorst
An in-depth look at how a team and a city were rebuilt around LeBron James. Two award-winning sports journalists tell the converging stories of a struggling franchise and a hometown teenage phenom. Will fascinate basketball fans who want the inside story of a young superstar shouldering the weight of an entire NBA franchise.
Confrontation at Kent State
by Joe Eszterhas and Michael D. Roberts
The dramatic original account of events that shook the nation. On May 4, 1970, National Guard bullets killed four students, wounded nine, and transformed Kent State University into a national nightmare. Two prize-winning reporters interviewed all the participants in the tragedy and established for the first time what actually took place that day.
Gimme Rewrite, Sweetheart
Tales From the Last Glory Days of Cleveland Newspapers— Told By The Men and Women Who Reported the News
by John H. Tidyman
Listen in as dozens of veteran newspaper reporters, editors, and photographers swap favorite tales about life on the job at Cleveland’s newspapers in the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s—when fierce competition made daily newspapers the most exciting business in town. Funny, tragic, sometimes outrageous, it’s a boisterous look at “the first draft of history.”
Truth and Justice for Fun and Profit
by Michael Heaton
This collection of Michael Heaton’s best newspaper and magazine stories shows Cleveland to be a crazy quilt of bold schemes, failed dreams, and colorful characters. To get the story he has put on boxing gloves and entered the ring, and gone undercover with the FBI and mob informants. He has interviewed chefs and coroners, gypsies and priests.
Win, Place, or Die
A Milan Jacovich / K.O. O’Bannion Mystery (#17)
by Les Roberts and Dan S. Kennedy
#17 in the Milan Jacovich mystery series. The sudden death of a client leads Milan and new associate Kevin “K.O.” O’Bannion behind the scenes at a harness racing track, where they find no shortage of odd characters, suspicious activities . . . and danger. Racing rivals, shady workers, even a possible mob connection complicate the suspect list.