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“an excellent one-volume resource for anyone wanting to learn about the breadth and daring of British special operations in the European Theater during World War II, cover

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The Majesties, although it rolls out easily, troubles deeply, haunting and even chilling its reader well beyond the final page.”

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“a shattering portrayal of utter loneliness, guilt, and despair.”

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Between 1955 and 1989, legendary choreographer-dancer Martha Graham and her company made a series of international tours under the aegis of various government agencies and governm

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“a gripping psychological thriller that delivers on its examination of the corrosive impact of family secrets with a dramatic finish that upends expectations.”

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“Des Jardins’ writing inspires all of us in the way Missy clearly inspired others. It’s an incredible feat for a biography to serve its subject so well.”

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My Red Heaven is inspired by a painting of the same by Otto Fruendlich that is abstract and wonderful.

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“there’s more than enough here to like that readers will enjoy this one and will certainly want to come back for whatever’s next.”

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Fabulous as in “resembling or suggesting a fable.” But in this book, not necessarily “of an incredible, astonishing, or exaggerated nature.” Definition from Merriam-Webster

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“We live with authentic fakes that we know were invented to make our lives more affordable, available and acceptable.”

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“Charlwood’s book is divided into 55 short chapters that describe the conflicts that continued to rage after Versailles; conflicts that the League of Nations proved helpless to

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James L. May has written a remarkable debut novel that brings to life one of the worst periods of soviet history.

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