Love for Sale: by David Hajdu
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Love for Sale: by David Hajdu

Pop music has lost the “pop” element and become a catchall for whatever gets played on the radio.

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Play It Loud: by Brad Tolinski and Alan Di Perna
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Play It Loud: by Brad Tolinski and Alan Di Perna

A smart, well-researched and gripping account of the most iconic instrument of the twentieth century and the people who had the imagination and talent to bring it about.

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What Does This Button Do?: by Bruce Dickinson
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What Does This Button Do?: by Bruce Dickinson

The Noise of Time: by Julian Barnes
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The Noise of Time: by Julian Barnes

The Noise of Time is a disquisition on the role of art in society examined through the fictionalized account of the life of Dmitri Shostakovich.

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Imaginary Cities: by Darran Anderson
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Imaginary Cities: by Darran Anderson

Imaginary Cities is a roaming exploration of the way Western civilization has grappled with humanity’s proclivity for living together in ever-denser urban settings.

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Smoke: by Dan Vyleta
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Smoke: by Dan Vyleta

Wild Things: by Bruce Handy
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Wild Things: by Bruce Handy

Wild Things is a must-read for any new or expectant (literary-minded) parent.

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Sacred Hunger: by Barry Unsworth
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Sacred Hunger: by Barry Unsworth

Sacred Hunger is an exceptional work of historical fiction that manages to humanize an often inhumane period of human history.

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Egon Schiele: Drawing the World: Edited by Klaus Albrecht Schröder
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Egon Schiele: Drawing the World: Edited by Klaus Albrecht Schröder

Taps the collection of Vienna's Albertina Museum, which owns nearly 200 master drawings.

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Gold Dust Woman: by Stephen Davis
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Gold Dust Woman: by Stephen Davis

A gold dust woman at heart, Nicks’ life, whether or not fate played a hand, always seemed destined for the stars.

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