NonFiction

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When the subject is Charles James, one can expect accolades and superlatives to be used in excess.

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“highly recommended as a way to create healthy habits for a more peaceful, happy life.”

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For yogis who seek a deeper connection with their practice, here is a clear path toward physical, mental, and spiritual practice . . .”

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“It is the writing itself that astonishes. It is elegant, poetic—even appropriately elegiac—and wry.”

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“Kevin Carey has written a challenging book, one that deserves careful attention . . .”

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There are at least 40 baby name books currently listed on Amazon, touting upwards of 10,000, 50,000, even 100,000 names, so one can’t fault an author for trying to find a new angle to stand out fro

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The first quarter of the New Year usually yields very little in terms of interesting or memorable books, but this year that cycle has been broken and has produced  one more wonderfully engaging boo

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Abandoned NYC deserves attention.”

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For months he stood over me—a lone soldier in a silhouette.

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One of the joys of reading is discovery.”

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“Mortensen’s imagery is rich with fantastical and grotesque elements reminiscent of Brueghel, Hieronymous Bosch, or Goya.”

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“the message of hope and inspiration has the potential to help millions who are survivors of trauma and the people closest to them.”

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The preface of Mathematics Without Apologies is certain to discourage readers that are expecting a “popular” mathematics text from reading further.

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Private Edens: Beautiful Country Gardens is a lush book that takes you into 21 outstanding east coast country gardens. They are well worth the visit.

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American Goulash tells Stephanie Yuhas’s childhood story with humor, pathos, and love.”

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“From the New World is an indispensable addition to any literary library, a tour de force selection of Jorie Graham’s critically important poems to date.”

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In picking up the subtitle All the Gossip Unfit to Print, the folks at Blood Moon Productions have, with their new volume Love Triangle: Ronald Reagan, Jane Wyman and Nancy Davis, 

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strikes a wonderful balance between an art gallery book and a how-to book for the more creative and adventuresome.”

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“For lawyers (and others) who want to improve their state of mind, feel healthier, be more effective, and experience better work-life balance, Yoga for Lawyers is recommended.”

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“Anything we practice repeatedly changes the brain; fixate on iPhones and similar screens, and we become better at staying helplessly glued to them.”

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“Beautiful writing . . .”

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Consider Why'd They Wear That? highly recommended for fashion lovers of all ages.”

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“Carey Perloff’s leadership of American Conservatory Theater is one of the reasons San Francisco remains a respected center of the art form in our country.”

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Models of Influence will provide the reader with a more than reasonable representation of those models who have influenced or have been major players in the world of fashion since the 1950

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The reader will be fortunate enough to be taken back in time to the 70s via David Wills.

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