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“an engaging and sometimes surprising analysis of the changing nature of mercenary warfare and how these soldiers of fortune continue to play a significant role in many of the world’s ongoi

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There’s a memorable line in the Latin American classic Women With Big Eyes that reads, “Aunt Daniela fell in love the way intelligent women always fall in love: like an idiot.”

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Over 90 years ago, Ginette Mathiot, a French food writer and cookbook author who was awarded the National Order of the Legion of Honor, France’s highest award of merit, for her efforts in promoting

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Help Wanted is a novel about characters who some might call “ordinary people,” in this case the workers at a big box store very much like Walmart.

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"an interesting insight into how far 'progressive' thinking can take someone."

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this all-too-human woman kept looking to a better future not just for Jews, but for all humanity.

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“an intensely lyrical, philosophical novella by a gifted writer, easily capable of these sophisticated leaps and drops.”

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Honey is a bittersweet concoction of loveliness, regret, hope, growing old, second chances, mortality, loneliness, inescapable familial bonds, long-nurtured grudges, and final rec

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“provides a solid, thorough introduction to the Bronze Age world in the Eastern Mediterranean.”

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All these case studies are extremely well-written and offer a variety of unique and common lessons learned for future study.”

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