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"A pitch-perfect view of family from a child's sensibility."
The publisher bills this book as a gritty, razor-sharp, modern Western, but there is nothing of the West in it.
“Draycott gives a careful, clear history that presents the historical facts as best determined from the very incomplete and prejudiced fragmentary Roman sources.
Author David Von Drehle didn’t go looking for Charlie White. He simply had the good luck to move next to Charlie who, when Von Drehle met him in 2007, was 102 years old.
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“Polito does a good job of laying out the information for the reader to follow, but the reader won’t be the first at the finish line.”
“This is a book for those who love nature. It is the domain where Macy excels.”
“Compass Lines is a stunning travelogue and memoir about culture, travel, employment, searching for life’s meaning, and, especially, searching for home and family.”
“Art & Crime goes beyond just bringing ‘into focus just how far apart are theory and reality in the art world’ by outlining the scope and types of fraud and theft but also prov