RICHARD RASHKE is a lecturer and author of non-fiction books including STORMY GENIUS: The Life of Aviation's Maverick Bill Lear, USEFUL ENEMIES: John Demjanjuk and America’s Open Door Policy for Nazi War Criminals, ESCAPE FROM SOBIBOR, and THE KILLING OF KAREN SILKWOOD. His works have been translated into eleven languages and have been the subject of movies for screen and television. A produced screenwriter and playwright, his work has appeared on network television and off-Broadway. He is also an alto sax player and composer. His latest composition, CRANE WIFE, a family musical based on a Japanese folktale, was performed at the Kennedy Center, and a new play, DEAR ESTHER, based on a Sobibor prisoner, will open in 2013. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Daugher of Sparta: Chapter Three
on Feb. 01, 2016
Kristen LePine does the impossible. She draws you into a mythical world of Greek Kings and Princesses, Gods and Monsters. Her authentic detail, sense of place, and character development make that improbable world come alive with adventure and mystery. DAUGHTER OF SPARTA, however, has one glaring flaw. LePine makes you wait a month for the next installment. Richard Rashke