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Guide to Chicago’s Twenty-First-Century Architecture

With stunning visuals, this is not only a captivating study of architecture but also an insightful snapshot of Chicago’s history and daily life. Readers interested in Chicago or in urban architecture, planning, or development will devour this volume.

NYC Walks: Guide to New Architecture

Of special interest to former and current New Yorkers, architects, and anyone planning to travel to the city, also delightful for armchair travelers.

100 Years, 100 Buildings

Architecture fans will find many familiar façades. Readers may quibble over Hill's choices, but he hits all of the high notes and presents a wealth of information about buildings and their creators in a compact format.

Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture

For those indefatigably obsessed with architecture of the past decade, this guide will provide weeks if not months of touring pleasure. The more casual tourist will be satisfied with a guide like the 2011 edition of Frommer's 24 Great Walks in New York.

The Last Days of Richard III

With its new details and perspectives about Richard's last days and its use of original sources, this book will be an essential read for Ricardians and all interested in studying the Wars of the Roses, here accessible to them without being marred by hundreds of years of interpretations, rumors, and biases.

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