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Wiley Digital Archives | Reference eReviews, July 2019

The Borgias: Power and Fortune

Highly recommended for readers interested in the drama surrounding the Borgias that spurred a number of scandalous rumors that continue to circulate today.


LeBron, Inc. The Making of a Billion-Dollar Athlete

Highly recommended for NBA fans and readers curious about the happenings behind the scenes.

The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books: Christopher Columbus, His Son, and the Quest To Build the World's Greatest Library

Recommended for bibliophiles and history buffs alike. [See Prepub Alert, 9/10/18.]

The Last Englishmen: Love, War, and the End of Empire

Recommended for readers interested in the history of India and the British Empire's influence on the country.

Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed the World

Highly recommended for Kennedy aficionados, as well as those invested in learning about influential figures in women's history.

The Library Staff Development Handbook: How To Maximize Your Library's Most Important Resource

Highly recommended for current and aspiring library supervisors interested in building their management skills and developing an efficient and cohesive staff.

The King's City: A History of London During the Restoration; The City That Transformed a Nation

Jordan crafts a compelling narrative that provides an in-depth look at the personalities and events that shaped England's Restoration. Recommended for readers interested in British and royal history, as well as fans of historical fiction.

Tactical Urbanism for Librarians: Quick, Low-Cost Ways To Make Big Changes

With a plethora of small- and large-scale, real-life examples, as well as tips on implementing changes, this selection will inspire librarians and library staff to identify and solve problems.

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