NonFiction

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Silver and Suede is an educational and entertaining glimpse into New York life during the 70s and 80s when the city and its lucky inhabitants feasted on life every night and day.”

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“Dr. Piper has written an eye-opening book about a hotly contested vital resource. . . . No hiding in libraries for this academic. . . .

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“The author pulls no punches or keeps any secrets. 400 Things delves into topics not normally on most people’s minds, but at some point things they may have wondered about. . . .

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Unger's biography of John Marshall reveals how he saved the nation, but also democracy's fragility.”

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“It’s a shared journey that is carefully documented by editor Chad Wriglesworth in notes and index.

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“A tinkerer, a diarist, a rake, a prince, an earl, a crusader, plus those matinee idol looks and a devilish with—he is all of that and more.”

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“As always Buruma is a reporter first; he does not argue a particular side without citation and witness.

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Words that immediately come to mind are exaggerated, fetishistic, derivative, historical, and sculptural to name a few. Guido Palau is at once artist, designer, stylist, inventor, and iconoclast.

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“For anyone who has been living under a rock and never read anything about any of these fashion personalities, Champagne Supernovas can prove to b

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“Martin’s historical scope and elegiac prose, laced through with exparlance of the period, is not only grandly entertaining to read, it rescues this bit of cultural history and gives Whitma

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“Anyone with an interest in history, WWII, Nazis, Eichmann, the Holocaust, genocide, or the escape of many powerful Nazis to South America will find this book an amazing collection of old a

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Bolaño is not a writer who can be read at a purely literal level—or rather he can, but doing so would be like watching a color movie in black and white.

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“. . . an unforgettable youth and a father’s loving grief.”

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Shot in the Head is an important addition to the collection of enlightening and educational works that encompass the heartache and reward of loving a family member with severe men

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“One day perhaps an American author will turn his or her attention to Prince Harry and the result should be at least 600 pages of great good fun . . .

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“All in all, The Glass of Fashion is one of the more entertaining books that has surfaced on the topic of fashion.”

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“. . . an easily accessible and well-written primer on the history of forensic science.”

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One might think an Aussie tennis player who would call himself a game changer in the title of his autobiography might be a "dinkum figjam," a self-consciously "tall poppy,” and "not much chop" as a

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There are very few books that cover the field of psychiatry in all its complexities and do so in a clear and easily read format.

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“Our minds were designed to succeed in an environment utterly unlike the information overload we now face.

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“Beetle-maniacs” will adore this beautifully illustrated, comprehensive volume written by the renowned entomologist Arthur Evans.

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Wisdom for Winners contains a unique combination of guidance for the career professional and the entrepreneur combined with spiritual wisdom that

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