Based on true events: John Russell is the son of the 20th century’s most celebrated philosopher, Bertrand Russell, and when his father’s more controversial views are put on trial, John learns more than he bargained for about his family and himself.
The true unsung muse of the Dada art movement of the 1910s was a woman ahead of her time. Thrice married, thrice abandoned, the Baroness Elsa kept rising up from ashes over and over. With her outlandish fashions, penchant for nudity and ability to see the magic and art in the world that's invisible to others, Elsa enthralled and inspired everyone who met her, but remained unknown to the world at large, and died tragically unknown and penniless. Was she mad, a genius or both? Either way, she changed the art world forever.
With their last kid heading off to college in a year, a couple realizes that their marriage may have an expiration date on it and decide to embrace their newfound freedom, consequences and all.
America is in violent upheaval, and Amelia Connor will do whatever it takes to get her children out of the country and to safety in Canada. Even if it involves facing down armed raiders, challenging a military order determined stop fleeing citizens, braving the life-threatening dangers of a vast wilderness and, perhaps toughest of all, finding common ground with the ex-husband who walked out on her.