Nonfiction

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“rather than trying to escape the past, we must instead accept the fact that the past lives with us and within us, and therefore, like it or not, we move back and forth through it daily.”

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“There is no frigate like a book

To take us lands away."

—Emily Dickinson

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Americans have stopped listening—to each other and to their institutions.

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“In Blood Runs Coal, former CIA officer and Justice Department attorney Mark A.

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“The pages turn easily, and the story moves quickly from chapter to chapter in this fascinating memoir of a common solider in World War II.”     

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Vintage Rolex: The Largest Collection in the World is an ode, a love letter, and a paean to family tradition while also being a celebration of the longevity of the Rolex brand.

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“a solid, valuable work on a critical aspect of America’s wartime quest for an atomic bomb.”

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“Fawcett displays an impressive knowledge of the thinkers and doers of . . . conservatism throughout modern history.”

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“Souder’s biography is a stylistic portrait of a towering American original.”

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The Perfect Fascist has contemporary political relevance, as ultra-nationalist politics have gained traction in several western democracies.”

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Systemic Corruption: Constitutional Ideas for An Anti-Oligarchic Republic’s merit lies in its intellectual energy that the reade

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“Few other books reveal the fascinating inner journey that transformed Eleanor from an emotionally choked-off young woman into a mature leader who inspired millions.”

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Toll provides the perfect blend of strategic and operational detail of the military actions that covered nearly half the globe.”

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“Becoming familiar with the Elizabethan language is not easy, but Edmondson and Wells have taken it to a new level with their detail and final explanations.”

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“an excellent introduction to the surprisingly wide spectrum of military conflicts, both hot and cold that occurred from 1945–1991.”

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To say that Naeem Khan is a man of the cloth is an understatement and not to be confused with the usual meaning of the phrase.

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“Hats off to Gildiner for doing a heroic therapeutic job and for writing about it so eloquently.”

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“Alter provides a multi-dimensional portrait of an American president’s journey as a husband, father, and perhaps his most fulfilling role, as humanitarian.”

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Leonard Cohen Untold Stories could not have happened before social media. Through Facebook, Google, and WhatsApp, Michael Posner located people who once knew Leonard Cohen and fell away.

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What Were We Thinking will give you a fascinating overview and analysis of the books that explain where we are now, how we got here, and where we might be headed.”

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“entertaining, inspirational, and visceral; a moving narrative of typically missed breadcrumbs on the way to meaningful connections.

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Livewired is a challenging and enlightening description of one of the greatest mysteries of our time: the brain and how it functions.”

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“Ronald Grigor Suny has written a massive, extensively researched biography of Josef Stalin’s early years—from his childhood days in Gori, Georgia, to the Bolshevik seizure of power in Octo

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Official denial never goes out of style. In our own time, an Iraqi spokesman famously declared: "There are no American infidels in Baghdad.

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What if Jane Austen could write meticulous diplomatic history combined with a social portrait of American and British aristocracy? The product might resemble The Daughters of Yalta by Cath

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