Nonfiction

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“Inside Out Medieval Castle provides an appealing introduction to a potent fairy tale symbol, bringing it into the real world.”

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“Ullrich’s work is a remarkable treatise on the malevolence of power in modern times. Take care, lest we fall into the trap of autocracy.”  

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Chasten Buttigieg does have a story to tell and he does it well in his new book, I Have Something to Tell You: A Memoir.

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“‘If I was the sky, Bobbie was the earth. She grounded me. Two years older, she also protected me.’”

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The Art and Science of Foodpairing provides a fascinating, thought provoking, palette-teasing read for anyone interested in food.”

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“Engaging and provocative, Diamond’s encyclopedic meditation will certainly help readers—no matter where they live—think about what lies ahead for the outlying areas of our cities.”

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“This is a very fast read, regardless of how one feels about the current administration.”

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“O’Neill’s first book is a dazzling reminder that American racism is robust and virulent.”

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“There has been a fair amount of important discussion recently about the stories of immigration across the southern border, about how those stories should be told and who should tell them.

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The Dead Are Arising draws on decades of extensive and remarkably revealing interviews with a variety of noteworthy figures in Malcolm X’s life—both friends and enemies—to constru

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Revolutions should attract a broad readership curious about the ways in which human upheavals have, at least in some instances, affected and even altered the course of world histo

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“Illness is nothing if not a narrative: the present isn’t what the past was supposed to lead up to, and the future holds God only knows what.

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“The fact that the book is about so many other aspects of life beyond eating underscores the author’s premise that EDs are about so much more than food and size.”

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“Eric Weiner’s The Socrates Express presents universal concepts in an immediately accessible way, reminding us that, in an increasingly frenetic world, there is no more important l

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“Gushee writes in deft, graceful, accessible, and sometimes clever prose.”

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Nick Flynn’s mother set fire to their house and later killed herself.

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“this collection is transcendent in its authority and eternal power.”

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This compact but wide-ranging book provides an authoritative analysis of America’s retreat from the world under President Donald Trump.

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Life of a Klansman is . . .

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Kingsolver grants strong attention to personal memories and historical images. She also engages nature. Everyone will find poems to enjoy.”

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“Highly readable, A Traitor to His Species ably details the ‘uncomfortable debate about the proper balance between animal rights and human interests . . .’”

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