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“Schweizer uses his keen eye for detail to explain the many and varied ways that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has influenced US elites in ways that benefit China both economically, pol

New Year is a novel about uncontrollable panic, repressed trauma, and the psychological patterns that persist in their aftermath.

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While it’s not likely that humans will completely stop eating animals, it’s likely and desirable that we’ll eat, exploit, and harm far fewer animals than we do now.

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Through the centuries, Marie Antoinette has been an object of fascination, sometimes approached with pity, sometimes with derision, but never with disinterest.

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“a story ‘ripped from the headlines,’ more times than we wish to admit.”

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“demonstrates the power of storytelling in our everyday lives and how it might be a good idea to listen more carefully to the stories that others are telling us.”

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“. . . a keeper that could easily end up in someone's private special collection.”

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Emotional Inheritance explodes the myth that what we don’t know can’t hurt us, at least when it comes to family legacies.”

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“Ultimately, Perpetual West is an engaging tapestry of ideas.”

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“A desperate, gritty story set against a backdrop of hard knocks and hard times, Donna Everhart’s historically researched The Saints of Swallow Hill is the triumphant story of unli

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Wylie Lark is holed up in Iowa at a secluded farm so she can work uninterrupted while penning her fourth true-crime book.

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Hidden women abound in all sectors of society, nearly all cultures, and throughout history, threatening powerful, dominant men who fear losing their power and prestige.

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