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“will appeal to visionaries yearning for an end to man-made divides and the deliberate building of bridges of kindness and compassion.”

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“With such dark and treacherous secrets, the men of The Lamplighters echo the force of the seas around them.

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“Students of culinary history will find this a fascinating combination of recipes and historical narrative.

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“A beautiful book with ingeniously engineered pop-up pages.”

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“The Invention of Miracles paints a textured portrait of a man driven not by an entrepreneurial desire to invent a product that changed the world but by a passion

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A stunning, trilingual love poem written to the U.S.A. is America My Love, America My Heart.

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“Flynn Berry landed major awards for her two earlier thrillers, and Northern Spy merits more of the same.”

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in Philip Roth: The Biography, Blake Bailey provides ample evidence of his understanding of modern American literature and the frailties and achievements of an ar

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It’s not surprising that the jacket blurb compares this new memoir to Patti Smith’s Just Kids. Besides being a terrific book, that one sold really well.

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As with her four brilliant novels, Rachel Kushner’s The Hard Crowd, 19 essays from the last two decades, takes the reader on a wild ride.

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In November 1995, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking (1942–2018) sold out London’s Royal Albert Hall (capacity: 5,900) for a lecture entitled “Does God Throw Dice in Black Holes?” A physicist ha

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Chapman writes in an unadorned manner and with a sharp eye toward the underside of American popular culture.

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