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“Whether this book lives up to expectations the title might create is debatable; however, a read of Knocking on Heaven’s Door makes one thing certain: Dr.

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“. . . a readable and informative history of the political, cultural, labor and religious undercurrents of life in Utah and, by extension, the U.S. . . .

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“Before you pop another truffle into your mouth. Before you buy another bag of baking chips.

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“Canadian science writer Tyler Hamilton has given the scientific community working on renewable energy solutions a public relations boost with his illuminating and important book, Mad L

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“Girls, teens, chicks (call us what you want) are fortunate that Ms. Engelbrecht turned her passion project into a book. . . . This entire book is incredibly beautiful and so expressive.

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“Among the plethora of books that cover this terrible period of Irish history, what makes The Ulster Tales one to be read?

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“1225 Christmas Tree Lane reveals Ms. Macomber’s penchant for small town charm and happy-ever-after endings.”

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Let’s for a moment get our bearings after the summer of 2011’s little economic unpleasantness.

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“This is an incredibly well written history of several contributors to economic theory and a perfect follow-up to A Beautiful Mind. . . .

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“Jane Fonda: The Private Life of a Public Woman never disappoints. It enlightens, informs, intrigues, . . .

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“The contributors to this volume are all very interesting people, but one has a sneaking suspicion that they might have taken way too much LSD at some point in their carbon footprints.”

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“‘I wanted to create a book that’s not too ‘cheffy’ (the kind only chefs can follow), a straightforward home cookbook that’s fun to read and inspires you to cook some really terrific French

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“Informed decision making is crucial for those in positions of responsibility—such as politicians who may influence scientific and environmental policy. Mr.

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What is the difference between an Amancenista and a Manzanilla sherry? How large was the 1859 grands crus classification in Bordeaux?

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Would you consider getting a tattoo that looks as if Hieronymus Bosch had painted it?

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“The premise and prediction of Innovation and Nanotechnology is that in the utopian future nanotechnology will end intellectual property law by making physical objects just like di

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“The Flag is an exceptional photographic collection.

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“This book does what books like this should: provoke thought and conversation in addressing issues that are highly uncomfortable.

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“Julie Salamon evokes Wendy Wasserstein herself, filling the printed pages not only with laughter, but also the details of a stranger, sadder, darker side about which it was once said, ‘ben

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“A Talk In The Park is baseball as you’ve never read it—and how you always remembered hearing it.”

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“The evolution and revolution of liberal thought is chronicled in this well-written book about how we got to where we are today. . . .

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