A Conversation with Nicole Perlroth, “This is How They Tell Me the World Ends”
New York Times Cyber Security reporter Nicole Perlroth outlines how hackers are making inroads into the software that run critical systems in America.
Charles Finch, “An Extravagant Death: A Charles Lenox Mystery”
Bestselling historical suspense author Charles Finch presents the latest installment in his lauded series starring Victorian era gentleman sleuth Charles Lenox.
A Conversation with Joby Warrick and Elliot Ackerman
Pulitzer Prize–winning author Joby Warrick presents the unknown story of America’s mission to find and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons.
Talking with Cotton Malone & Cassiopeia Vitt (aka Steve & Elizabeth Berry)
Thriller author Steve Berry talks about the inspiration for his beloved characters, the research he does for each book and what it’s like to travel with “ducks”
Masuma Ahuja, “Girlhood: Teens Around the World in Their Own Voices”
Thirty teens from twenty-seven countries in “Girlhood” share their own stories of growing up through diary entries and photographs.
Made In China: A Prisoner, an SOS Letter, and the Hidden Cost of America’s Cheap Goods
Journalist Amelia Pang explores how political and religious dissidents in China work at their own peril to make it possible for the world to enjoy cheap goods.
Suspense writing legend Walter Mosley
2021 St. Louis County Library Black History Celebration Frankie Freeman Inspirational Address with Walter Mosley and Rachel Howzell Hall.
Author Ty Seidule and “Robert E. Lee and Me”
“Robert E. Lee and Me” provides a surprising interpretation of essential truths that our country still has a difficult time accepting.
A spy, a socialite, and author Ariel Lawhon
Ariel Lawhon’s new novel “Code Name Helene” is a thrilling feat of historical fiction based on the real-life story of socialite and spy Nancy Wake.
Vivian Gibson and “The Last Children of Mill Creek”
Mill Creek Valley was a segregated working-class neighborhood of St. Louis that was razed in 1959 to build a highway.