Grateful: by Diana Butler Bass
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Grateful: by Diana Butler Bass

Bass offers not so much advice on healthy living but a new way of approaching and even conceptualizing our contemporary world in a way that offers big and…

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Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll: by Andrew Friedman
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Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll: by Andrew Friedman

One couldn’t ask for a better guide through the complex social world of some of the major figures in the American restaurant scene of the past several decades.

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The Democratic Forest: by William Eggleston
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Killing and Dying: by Adrian Tomine
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Killing and Dying: by Adrian Tomine

The Full Vermonty: by Bill Mares & Jeff Danziger
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The Full Vermonty: by Bill Mares & Jeff Danziger

The Full Vermonty offers hope where so many other political works offer only knowledge or distraction.

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Dream Trippers: by David A. Palmer & Elijah Siegler
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Dream Trippers: by David A. Palmer & Elijah Siegler

Hide: by Matthew Griffin
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Hide: by Matthew Griffin

Too often, literary gays die young or are left in perfect stasis. Hide’s characters grow old and are never perfect, and that makes for a compelling, vital book.

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Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968: by Ryan H. Walsh
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The Big Book of Rogues and Villains: Edited by Otto Penzler
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The Big Book of Rogues and Villains: Edited by Otto Penzler

This is a book for the lover of stories of heists, con artists, forgers and masters of disguise.

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Blood in the Water: by Heather Ann Thompson
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Blood in the Water: by Heather Ann Thompson