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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Lives of the Monster Dogs: by Kirsten Bakis
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Lives of the Monster Dogs: by Kirsten Bakis

Lives of the Monster Dogs is a quiet classic, complex and underappreciated yet also influential and profoundly affecting.

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The Hunting Accident: by David L. Carlson and Landis Blair
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The Hunting Accident: by David L. Carlson and Landis Blair

The Hunting Accident is a richly rewarding, fascinating account of a story so improbable in its intricacies and coincidences that it could only be true.

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The Un-Discovered Islands: by Malachy Tallack, illustrated by Katie Scott
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The Un-Discovered Islands: by Malachy Tallack, illustrated by Katie Scott

A work of wonder about exploration, knowledge and the all-too-human desire for discovery.

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Sing, Unburied, Sing: by Jesmyn Ward
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Sing, Unburied, Sing: by Jesmyn Ward

Ward’s new novel directly evokes predecessors like Faulkner, Steinbeck and even Homer.

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Manhattan Beach: by Jennifer Egan
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Manhattan Beach: by Jennifer Egan

In Egan’s capable hands, an extraordinary jewel is unearthed from all-too-familiar ground.

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The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: Edited by INCITE!
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The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: Edited by INCITE!

A crucial intervention into mainstream ways of thinking about political organization and social change.

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Egon Schiele: Masterpieces from the Leopold Museum: by Rudolf and Elisabeth Leopold, et al.
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Egon Schiele: Masterpieces from the Leopold Museum: by Rudolf and Elisabeth Leopold, et al.

A graceful presentation of Egon Schiele's art, and the life's work of one who collected it.

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