Davis, William C

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The Greatest Fury: The Battle of New Orleans and the Rebirth of America

Extensively researched, tediously old-school military history.
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Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor

Fans of Davis's previous work and those who feel that the medical establishment has failed them will appreciate this book.
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Wheat Belly: 10-Day Grain Detox: Reprogram Your Body for Rapid Weight Loss and Amazing Health

Jam-packed with recipes and day-by-day instructions, this book has many resources to assist a grain-free lifestyle. Given the popularity of Davis's previous "Wheat Belly" diet and cookbooks, it's sure to be in high demand.
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Crucible of Command: Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee—the War They Fought, the Peace They Forged

Accessible to all readers, this history will appeal to anyone who enjoys comparative biography. Lee and Grant viewed the war very differently and Davis only touches on whose perspective was closer to reality. For a more rigorous assessment of the subjects at the end of the war as well as the lost cause myth, see Elizabeth Varon's Appomattox.
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Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health

Wheat is the single largest contributor to the nationwide obesity epidemic, explains cardiologist Davis, who claims that elimination of the grain is key to dramatic weight loss and optimal health...
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Alexander Wilson: The Scot Who Founded American Ornithology

This excellent work is highly recommended for birders and for readers who appreciate American art or natural history.
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Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find your Path Back to Health

This is a book many libraries should own simply because many people want to read it, including gluten-free individuals...
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The Rogue Republic

Well written and deeply researched as this is, further exploration into the intentions and actions of Presidents Jefferson and Madison and the larger context of American expansionism would have made for an even more comprehensive and important book. A dense and detailed work of scholarship, not for lay readers, but for students of the region's history.

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