Nonfiction

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“John Kelly conveys an impressive study of the firsthand accounts, the government reports, and the secondary scholarship within a well-paced, judicious presentation of what too often has be

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“This particular rendering of the life of one of fashion’s most enduring icons is hugely appealing on many levels.”

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“Read this book and you’ll toss out all the plastic in your cabinets, rethink your hand sanitizers, go back to bar soap, fret about the labels in your bed materials, think thrice about cosm

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“Mr. Wendel engagingly presents the facts of what was a game-changing year in American history for baseball, . . .”

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“How many other magazines of any kind of during that era that included articles about Zen Buddhism, diamond shopping, and art appreciation—all with a masculine slant?”

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“It’s comforting to know that the people we rely on care about us and their work with all their hearts.

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“Ms. Emling’s riveting new biography reveals in page-turning prose the life-balance struggles of a true genius.”

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“. . . not about brands; he is about style, make, quality, fabric, as well as type of manufacture including machine made, hand finish, handmade, and bespoke.

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“This Pulitzer Prize winner’s universal appeal . . . shines through in Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake . . .”

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evasive, cloying, and from time to time even ponderous. . . . completely oblivious memoir”

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“exhausting . . . The next time an economist invites you to lunch to talk about food . . . Consult your calendar and then reply, ‘How ’bout never? Is never good for you?”

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“There are very few designers who can claim this much of a lasting influence in a business where change is worshiped.”

Let’s talk “Schaip!”

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“Considering adding to your collection of Civil War books? Mr.

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“The basic theme of the book is that one comes to know God in a learning process. . . . an insightful, sensitive, and compassionate study . . .”

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“In Pursuit of the Unknown is a really fun read. . . . Ian Stewart is a genius . . .”

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“The War of the Sexes: How Conflict and Cooperation Have Shaped Men and Women from Prehistory to the Present is definitely one book that it is quite all right to skim.”

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