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Perhaps most rewardingly and unexpectedly, Working is a book about what makes great writing: 'Rhythm matters. Mood matters. Sense of place matters.

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“This is the book that explains, as no one has done before, how the business of basketball, including most importantly the endorsement game, is played.”

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It is as if Alexandra Palmer has made the impossible possible; she delivers still one more tome that examines Christian Dior: both Maison Christian Dior and the designer Christian Dior.

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“Case Red has detail that  . . . would make an educational and entertaining read for the World War II enthusiast.”

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“The Most Powerful Woman in the Room Is You, is an insightful, inspiring guide for women who are trying to claim their own seat at the table.”

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“In When Brooklyn Was Queer, Ryan digs deeper into both the history of Brooklyn, and its queer community . . .

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If you have a notion that everything that needed to be written about the late great Christian Dior and those who succeeded him has been already written, you would be absolutely incorrect in this as

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“Rubenhold does a commendable job in bringing these women on stage and through their stories illuminating the appalling reality behind the veneer of Victorian complacency.

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“Clear descriptions and beautiful illustrations . . .”

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On Faith is more than just a book about Justice Scalia’s faith and beliefs. It is a book not just for Catholics, Christians, and believers.

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“To journey with Robert Huff . . . is to take a long hard look at the world and the self.”

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“If one man can be said to have gotten Americans to the moon, it was definitely John F. Kennedy . . .”

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“even readers already somewhat familiar with Sulak’s extraordinary life will find many things here to engage and surprise.”

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“It may be hard to love a crocodile but, by taking a humorous approach, Beware of the Crocodile manages to make this fearsome reptile almost endearing.

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“This is an enchanting and unforgettable little book, beautifully written and translated, which brings Stefania vividly to life.”

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“In Bent But Not Broken, Cummings has invited readers into his life, and the result for many will be a feeling of knowing this man well. Very well.

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When a person is born into a world where the odds are stacked against him/her—and still manages to retire undefeated in his/her prospective field—that person should not be forgotten or overlooked s

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“The Unwanted reads like a combination family history and national tragedy on two continents.

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“One can only imagine what the publication of Commander in Cheat will produce on the president’s Twitter feed.

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“Lori Gottlieb takes you not only inside the head of a therapist but welcomes you into her heart as well.”

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“This book is about Farah Khan’s Life Philosophy embracing the most important values of Love, Spirituality, Nature and Roots.

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“The great strength of Williams’ collection and of his vision is, in the end, its capaciousness, his ability to speak contradictory truths, to remind us that the same fire that burns also s

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“if the United States wants to cut health care costs, improve outcomes, and help patients take more ownership of their health, smart, AI-enabled medicine will need to be a top priority.”

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