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“Cookbook author Georgia McDermott has transformed her personal despair into deliciousness and beauty.

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Debora L. Spar’s new book, Work Mate Marry Love, appears urgent and timely.

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The Grifter’s Club will appeal to political junkies who can’t get enough of the present national moment.”

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Brace yourself, because if you, as the prospective reader, are waiting for another mega-sized coffee table monograph then you will be disappointed.

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While the title, Anatomy of Style, may be quite alluring and magnetic, the content of Sophie Gachet’s latest effort is somewhat questionable and certainly one not aimed at an audience of s

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Incontrovertibly Philip Gefter did his homework when it came to writing about the lives, both professional and personal, of Richard Avedon.

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“A small, fun, and insightful book, She Come By It Natural can be enjoyed on its own or as a perfect companion to Marsh’s Heartland.”

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Carol Hay notes in her preface the current buzz of conversation around feminism, crediting the #MeToo movement with “laying bare the elephant in the room, skeletons burst from closets, dirty laundr

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Modern Art Explorer is a successful and fun journey into the world of modern art whether you are a new explorer or well-traveled art-lover, young person or seasoned adventurer.”

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Kings and queens continue to captivate the popular imagination. Although dwindling in the modern era, most medieval European states had a monarchy.

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Vanguard serves both as a tocsin and an inspiring map forward if we are to protect voting rights for all.”

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“Drinking was a group hobby . . . Food, its accoutrements, and above all the sensuous pleasures of eating formed the leitmotif of his life.”

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In boyhood, enthralled by an old radio recovered from a dump, Darran Anderson accessed “the world of adults . . .

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“Kepher has written a must-have volume for any student of D-Day to show just how challenging and risky the Normandy landings were . . .”

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Atlantic staff writer Olga Khazan tries to do much too much in her well-written, often absorbing work of memoir and reportage, Weird: The Power of Being an Outsider in an Insider World

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“Mishra’s astute and engaging book should . . . be seen as a warning.”

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“There is some information to be gleaned, but not enough to make the pages worth turning.”

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“Cannell’s telling of this story is page turning. His research is unquestionable, his descriptions chilling, and his character development is absolutely visual.”

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“there is still much left to accomplish in racial relations and justice.

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“A recognition slowly arises that we are all in this together and the time for an awakening to that fact is now.”

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“The main warning of Dreher’s insightful and provocative book is that totalitarianism can happen here—in the United States and the West.”

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“The Beatles’ legend only grows in stature every year until now it is one of the best-known stories in entertainment history. Anything that remotely touches them is gold.”

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For three decades photographer Dana Gluckstein has been documenting the lives of indigenous nations.

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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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