Nonfiction

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In this utterly fascinating and ultimately disturbing book about modern Ireland, Fintan O’Toole, the Irish Times journalist, is at his best as a reporter and commentator.

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The Anatomy of Anxiety describes myriad stresses that drive up our anxiety and provides a framework for figuring out how we can beat or benefit from it.”

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“M. Stanton Evans was one of the most influential thinkers and writers who shaped the modern conservative movement in the United States . . .”

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The letterpress is a haunting object. Its small bed and moveable type have an obvious kinship with Gutenberg’s 1440 creation.

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Anyone with a drug or alcohol dependency problem will, at least some of the time, feel that nobody knows their pain.

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“The power of the written word will never be made more clear.”

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“will give health policy makers much to consider about ways to improve care.

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“a careful and splendidly written narrative that separates known facts from long-believed myths and outright falsehoods about events leading up to the battle, the battle itself, and its aft

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“a portrait of a psyche, of the jumbled mess that lives in our heads . . . Reading these pages is like being invited into someone’s private dream journal.”

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“Die-hard Atwood fans will love it.”

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“well-written, informative, sometimes fascinating, yet difficult book to unreservedly recommend.”

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Unless you were cryogenically frozen for the last few years you are probably aware of the meltdown of schools, childcare, and workplaces during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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“Ways and Means represents nonfiction writing at its best, using an easy prose to enlighten with thought provoking, sometimes controversial, ideas from the very beginning.”

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On the cold night of January 8, 2014, 22-year-old Kait Leddy walked onto the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia.

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“Magda was resilient, courageous, fearless and daring. She was always hopeful and optimistic.

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“As if his father weren’t enough of an obstacle, a stint with the Jesuits tried to beat every spark of original thought out of Cajal.

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Merci Madison Cox green lighted this project and gave the authors complete access to all things Saint Laurent. YSL LEXICON is a priceless entry into the genre of fashion history.

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“A vivid and concise introduction to effective writing for students and professionals alike. . . .

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Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (And Doesn’t) is Mike Florio’s highly informative, entertaining, and provocative examination of what makes the NFL work and why at times it doesn’t wor

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“Jonathan Alexander’s emphasis on what he envisions to be a unique narrative form detracts from what the book actually is—which is well worth a read.”

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Caroline Johnson, an artist who met Lincoln said, “Mr. President I believe God has hewn you out of rock, for this great and mighty purpose.

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Throughout The Spring, Connole’s experience of grief, translated into prose and photographs, creates a spare, rugged alchemy.”

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Girls Can Kiss Now by Jill Gutowitz has been greeted with rapturous anticipation by a range of American publications and blogs, Vogue, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Bustle, Electric L

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