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It is impossible to find fault with a book featuring:
* Squishy, leathery aliens extending their wild tentacles toward cowering, voluptuous women,
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Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly, and the Making of the Modern Middle East sets the framework for a revisiting of the T. E.
“Mr. Jones has done a great public service making Randolph's story known.”
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In their heyday, newsstands across America might hold over 40 western-themed pulp titles.
The years just prior to World War II were fraught with tension, and in Those Angry Years Lynne Olson provides extensive detail on the players, both major and minor.
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There are many authorities who take issue with and raise concerns about the current state of our societal institutions.
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