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“My life changed . . . when I . . . discovered photography . . . I saw that my camera gave me a connection with others that I had never had before.

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“A fun, exciting, and succulent read.

Famous London food blogger Lizzie Mabbott, also known as “Hollowlegs,” has written her debut book, hurrah!  

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Africa Uprising is a book for political scientists by political scientists Adam Branch and Zachariah Mampilly.

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Baseball fans with an appreciation for those rare instances when the game produces an intersecting of the baseball careers of two teammates who become baseball immortals, will enjoy author Andrew O

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a penetrating and unique achievement that pushes the art of dance photography in new directions.”

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“[an] entertaining, enlightening success . . ."

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For Jennifer Birkett, Emeritus Professor of French Studies at the University of Birmingham, Samuel Beckett thought “life was a matter of doing time, while writing was a way of undoing it.” 

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In the 2000 movie Running Mates (2000), Faye Dunaway's character observes that the only thing anyone ever named for a first lady was a rehab center. Louisa Catherine Johnson (Mrs.

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In his book The Cost of Courage author Charles Kaiser brings the horror of existing in occupied France during World War II front and center.

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“an erudite and entertaining discussion of the U.S. Constitution . . .”

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Let’s say that Robert Lacey left out very little from the life of Eileen Ford’s 92 years of life.

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This publication is a combination of two desirable factors.

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“a difficult read because it is so disheartening.”

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“the perfect keepsake for history lovers everywhere.”

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“masterfully told, phenomenal story of a little-known but highly influential life.”

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“Stephen Tomecek and Fred Harper together succeed in making Earth science fun.”

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a wealth of comic art and undeniable fun.”

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“a family history like no other.”

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We are all guaranteed equal protection under the law, except for health care workers, administrators, and volunteers, as revealed in Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-abortio

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“a primer for anyone looking for information on extreme weather survival.”

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“a well-rounded book . . . It will broaden your knowledge and may lead to you to consider allergy in new ways.”

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In the category of military history, the most interesting accounts can be those of a personal memoir or an obscure nature.

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“a compelling book that will enrich your knowledge of genetics and its potential.”

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Editor Mercia Pitici’s intent is clear; “I want accessible but nontrivial content that presents for mathematicians and for the general public a wide assortment of informed and insightful perspectiv

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