This Close to Happy: A Reckoning with Depression: By Daphne Merkin
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This Close to Happy: A Reckoning with Depression: By Daphne Merkin

Tragic Encounters: The People’s History of Native Americans: By Page Smith
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Tragic Encounters: The People’s History of Native Americans: By Page Smith

Posthumous works can tarnish an otherwise sterling reputation with a sub-par, unfinished book.

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Bloodstained Sands: By Michael G. Walling
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Bloodstained Sands: By Michael G. Walling

The often staccato prose forgoes metaphor, relying instead on a steady eye of objectivity that…

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Feral: by James DeMonaco and B.K. Evenson
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Feral: by James DeMonaco and B.K. Evenson

If you’re going to write about a band of survivalists amid a zombie-like apocalypse, you’d…

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Ireland’s Immortals: by Mark Williams
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Ireland’s Immortals: by Mark Williams

This learned volume contributes valuable insights that may guide all those who look to the…

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Universal: by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw
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Universal: by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw

You will be rewarded with a little understanding and some hope for the future.

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Get Out of My Room!: by Jason Reid
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Get Out of My Room!: by Jason Reid

Get Out of My Room! takes a serious look at an otherwise largely overlooked phenomena,…

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Black Deutschland: By Darryl Pinckney
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Black Deutschland: By Darryl Pinckney

Hyper-intelligent, self-indulgent hot messes, you have found your new fictional hero.

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Nabokov In America: by Robert Roper
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Nabokov In America: by Robert Roper

Vladimir Nabokov’s relationship with America remains one of great fascination.

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Be Cool: by Ben Tanzer
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Be Cool: by Ben Tanzer

Maintains the deep reflection and powerful overarching craft of a well-written memoir while maintaining the…

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