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Fourteen Days: A Novel operates from an irresistible premise: trot out literary luminaries of our age, and mash them together in a rollicking collection of shared stories.”

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“provid[es] a detailed record of the 1924 Washington Senators and the roles of Clark Griffith, Walter Johnson, and Bucky Harris in fulfilling its destiny.”

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What makes a successful political revolution? Are revolutions driven from the top down or bottom up?

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“For those who don't know Spinoza and for those who do, Buruma offers a truly illuminating book. . . .

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“As a debut novel, Piglet is ambitious, sitting somewhere in the middle of the Venn diagram where comic women’s fiction, literary fiction, and absurdism meet.”

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Grief Is for People is an eloquent, pensive, and deeply moving paean to a best friend.”

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There are many children’s biographies about Marie Curie, so this one called Determined Dreamer: The Story of Marie Curie, had to bring something new to the table in order to get published.

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Once a reader opens Three-Inch-Teeth it is altogether possible that the book will not be closed again until the last word on the last page has been read. As with author C.J.

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“In this season of tangled and terrifying national and global issues, it’s satisfying to dip back into the masterful plotting and ultimate resolution that Connelly offers.”

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“An interesting aspect raised in the book is the role that adoption agencies . . . play in placing children.

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“The subject is handled well by an expert who produces a highly readable and intimate history.”

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