NonFiction

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“. . . a thought-provoking, inspiring journey and an important and welcome addition to the world of self-help books.”­­­

“It can be challenging to create suspense in a tale for which the ending is known.

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“Have we any benefit from watching those innocent souls that we rejected murdered in the gas chambers of Nazi Germany?

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Why Science Does Not Disprove God is an interesting attempt at a form of religious apologetics, even though it does not always succeed in providing a solid defense of faith.

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“Characters like these, and scenes from the siege of New York, as well as the flirtation between Elizabeth and the handsome Antonio Filicchi, along with a very good death . . .

“With the Southerner’s enviable knack for storytelling, the Neelys also fill the pages with stories about Mama Daisy . . . Mama Reena . . . and Daddy Milton . . .”

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“Because of their bold decision to wander the globe in search of adventure, ‘We are healthier, happier, and more in touch with our world and our own selves.’”

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“Their approach to wine and food is utterly relaxed and unfussy. The message of the book should put the most novice wine drinker among us at ease: There are no firm rules in wine pairing.

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The Physics of War is uneven in covering physics and war, conflates physics with technology, and conflates war with history. . .

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The Public Library is a beautiful book intended for prominent display, but it is also a work of public service: at the risk of proselytizing, libraries are the most truly democrat

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Mental Biology provides a challenging and thought provoking picture of one of the most complex and confusing issues in modern neuroscience.

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“The achievements of the Greatest Generation and the policies of FDR are without equal in American history, but the narrow focus and the crass partisan cheerleading ruin an otherwise fascin

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“With extensive notes and bibliography, coupled with many tables and illustrations, Learning from the Wounded is an excellent book for anyone interested in Civil War medicine.”

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“This is a fascinating journey through one of the most important speeches in American and world history.

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“Consider the brilliance of this dynamic that Mead has brought to bear on the novel, on her own life, and on literature!

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“Obamacare, as Emmanuel points out, has already cost the Democrats their veto-proof majority in the senate, and could well cost them control of Congress in the coming midterm elections.

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“. . . apparently in author Bushkin’s mind his requirement of confidentiality expired along with his client.

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“This reviewer is simply a fool for math puzzles (though some readers might stop at simply a fool). Math Bytes scratches that itch quite nicely.”

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Mastering the Art of French Eating is a food memoir in which the reader explores several of France’s regions, including Alsace, Lyon, Troyes, and Brittany with Mah as she masterfu

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Greta Garbo: The Mystery of Style approaches style in its broadest sense.

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“. . . an excellent primer to the conflicting ambitions, fears, and futures of the nations bordering this vital sea-lane . . .”

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Culture and the Death of God provides a unique perspective on the development of Western thought, exploring both the alternatives developed to replace traditional religion and the

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This book is like a key to opening doors across educational and medical landscapes. . . .

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“Here again is the temporal brutality of love eternalizing loss. J. D. McClatchy’s muscularly graceful poems of passion, sex and death haunt the heart, linger in the mind.”

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