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“While Waltzing with the Enemy contains an historic and personal account of life during the Holocaust, it also delves into the lasting repercussions such tragedies provoke in futur

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Écoutez et répétez. Listen and repeat.

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“Mr. Arquilla adds to his academic muscle with an enjoyable work that reads less like history and more like an adventure story.”

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“This biography is a comprehensive journal of Frederick Law Olmsted’s life written with great precision and exhaustive historical specifications; but these elements do not get in the way of

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I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl appears to be an example of the difficulty some poets have in translating poetic images into effective prose.

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“The Psychopath Test looks at both the dark and light side of psychiatry, and Jon Ronson’s findings raise a few serious issues regarding questionable decisions and the exponential

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“Dr. McGrath deploys a deft hand in helping us decipher the complexity of this struggle.

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“The model that Mr. Marks presents for market assessment alone is worth the price of the book.”

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“Surdam’s book represents the best and probably the only solid study of major-league baseball’s economic situation during the Depression.”

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“Mr. Pallasmaa’s architectural journeys are all the more valuable because they are so uncommon. . . . These are brave journeys into terra incognita . . .

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“Mr. Tracy presents solid, substantive material in an accessible way.”

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The Accidental Creative is full of interesting quotes, scenarios, and observations on both productivity and the creative process.”

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“Belief comes first, rationalizations follow behind. That is the basic theme of this new book on belief by professional skeptic, Michael Shermer.”

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“. . . written in an easy to read and friendly style, it is a serious how-to guide by a gifted photographer.”

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Every spiritual seeker who has found his or her personal path has a story. But there are not many stories as powerful and moving as Radhanath Swami’s The Journey Home.

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“He has helped us to better understand . . .

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You may wonder what a stylebook is.

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Not Dead & Not for Sale tells the tale of false starts and unfinished business—the heartbreak of true genius both realized and wasted and the ongoing battle against indelible demons.

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Lowestoft is a city on the east coast of England most noted for its production of fine porcelain in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Author and editor, Erica Jong, presents us with 29 essays, poems, short stories, and cartoons exploring a wide range of sexuality and sex issues in Sugar in My Bowl: Real Women Write about Real

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Brand Failures is the rare business book that’s actually a fun read for nonbusiness people.

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Although laughter may be the best medicine, what saves medicine? When a patient is counting on their healthcare system to help them, what has and will continue to help medicine do its job well?

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