The story of Boston College alumnus and 9/11 hero Welles Crowther is the subject…

The Red Bandanna: Welles Crowther, and the Path to Purpose

In her new book, To Save the Children of Korea: The Cold War Origins of International Adoption, Assistant Professor of History Arissa Oh contends that although Korea was not the first place that Americans adopted from internationally, it was the place where organized, systematic international adoption was born.

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A native New Yorker now living in Ireland, Boston College alumna Christine Breen is the author of the new book Her Name is Rose

People used to say Iris Bowen was beautiful, what with the wild weave of her red hair, the high cheekbones, and the way she carried herself like a barefoot d.

Yes Please (Harper Collins/Dey Street Books, 2014) is the new book by award-winning actress and former "SNL" cast member Amy Poehler, a Boston College alumna.

Life advice from Amy Poehler: "Nobody looks stupid when they are having fun." I am a Tina Fey girl (but so is Amy Poehler) and this was also a terrific summer read.

Professor of Theology Pheme Perkins takes a timely look at The World’s Oldest Church: Bible, Art, and Ritual at Dura-Europos, Syria by Michael Peppard in a review for America magazine. Peppard’s text offers a historical and theological reassessment of art and ritual in the oldest Christian building ever discovered, the house-church at Dura-Europos. Perkins is an author and scholar of the New Testament.

The World's Oldest Church: Bible, Art, and Ritual at Dura-Europos, Syria (Synkrisis)

Boston College alumna and best-selling author Barbara Delinsky has published her latest novel, Blueprints

Barbara Delinksy will be here Saturday, June 13 from to sign her newest novel, "Blueprints.

Pulitzer Prize winner Arthur Browne - a BC alumnus - has published "One Righteous Man: Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York", the story of New York City's first African American police officer. Browne is the editorial page editor of the New York Daily News.

In the upcoming book 'One Righteous Man: Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York,' author Arthur Browne traces Battle’s amazing journey.

Alumnus Ian Thomas Malone is the author of a new book, A Trip Down Reality Lane . It is about three college friends in Boston who step outside of reality and discover what matters most to them

Alumnus Ian Thomas Malone is the author of a new book, A Trip Down Reality Lane (Limitless Publishing, It is about three college friends in Boston who step outside of reality and discover wh.

Boston College alumna Tracy Baumer Fox, a certified life coach, is the author of a new devotional for busy Christians seeking to be inspired by God's word while also learning about the Bible

Boston College alumna Tracy Baumer Fox, a certified life coach, is the author of a new devotional for busy Christians seeking to be inspired by God's word while also learning about the Bible

Boston College alumnus Ian Thomas Malone has recently published, "Five College Dialogues," a book that is a philosophic comedic treatise on college life.

In his new book “Five College Dialogues,” Ian Thomas Malone reflects on various aspects of college life. The book is a collection of dialogues between fictional yet realistic characters, including George Tecce, also known as …

BC alumna Beverly Mayne Kienzle has penned a biography of her grandmother, Virginia Cary Hudson (1894-1954), whose collection of essays, published after her death, sold more than a million copies and was on the New York Times Best Seller list for more than 60 weeks. Virginia Cary Hudson, the Jigs & Juleps! Girl: Her Life & Writings

Virginia Cary Hudson: The Jigs & Juleps! Girl: Her Life and Writings

BC alumna Colleen J. Shogan, who serves as Deputy Director of National and International Outreach for the Library of Congress, also is the author of the Washington Whodunit mystery book series. The first book, Stabbing in the Senate won a 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Award for “Best Mystery.” She has recently released the second book in the series, Homicide in the House, which was named to Roll Call’s Capitol Hill Summer Reading List.

" The plot was tightly woven with numerous twists and turns that leave the reader guessing. I highly recommend this book for cozy mystery readers as well as those who appreciate political intrigue." HOMICIDE IN THE HOUSE by Colleen J.

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