Jennifer Miller books in order
Jennifer Miller is am American award-winning and best-selling author of four books, namely Mr. Nice Guy (2018), The Heart You Carry Home (2015), The Year of the Gadfly (2012), and Inheriting the Holy Land (2005).
Born in Washington, D.C, her journalism works appears several posts in The New York Times, The Washington Post Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, The Daily Beast and The Christian Science Monitor just to mention a few.
She currently teaches writing at Columbia University, and lives in Brooklyn with her journalist husband Jason, and their son, Fenn.
Genres: Contemporary , Romance
- Inheriting the Holy Land (2005)
- The Year of the Gadfly (2012)
- The Heart You Carry Home (2015)
- Mr. nice guy (2018)
Detailed book overview
Written with feral honesty, Inheriting the Holy Land is an extraordinary synthesis of history, reportage and the coming-of-age memoir by Jennifer Miller.
The author presents groundbreaking perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through interviews with youthful Israelis and Palestinians, and discussions with influential officials in the Middle East, such as Yasir Arafat, Benjamin Netanyahu, Shimon Peres, Colin Powel, James Baker, Ehud Barak, and Mahmoud Abbas.
Miller challenges her biases as an American, a Jew, a woman, and a journalist, the same way she opposes readers to further their own suppositions and prejudices.
Iris Dupont, a teenage reporter, communes with the ghost of Edward R. Murrow.
Jonah Kaplan, an unsuccessful microbiologist who became a biology teacher, is haunted by the ghosts of his past.
Each of them undertakes an investigation to expose a secret society in their distant New England town.
As their paths begin to converge, Iris and Jonah are taken into the darker corners of their town, school and minds.
This is one book that will certainly keep you reading late into the dead of night.
A veteran of the war in Iraq, Sgt. Ben Thompson returns from his second tour with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. He has a terrifying quarrel with his wife; one that prompts her to go with her alienated Vietnam vet father, and his biker war buddies, on a cross-country motorcycle trip.
From Tennessee to Utah, they go to a strange compound in the Utah desert that is more like a cult for suffering veterans.
When her husband starts following them, his primary motive is to win her back. Until he begins trying to protect her from what's coming next.
This is book is not just about wars we wage abroad, but the wars soldiers have to carry home.
Lucas Callahan gave up his law degree, fiancée and his future in a small for New York City.
He snags an entry-level job at Empire magazine, confident that it won't take long before he becomes a famous writer. That’s when he meets a gorgeous brunette in a downtown bar.
Carmen Kelly works as a sex columnist at Empire. Her most recent piece is about a nerdy guy who is good enough to look at but awfully between the sheets.
Reading her printed takedown, Lucas is shocked to find out that he slept with the notorious Carmen Kelly. Embarrassed and enraged, he writes a denial and signs it "Nice Guy"; a piece that goes viral after being published by Empire.
Arrangements are then made every week for Carmen and Lucas meet and sleep together; writing separate accounts of their sexual adventures.