Lynne Maxwell

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Unto Us a Son Is Given

Ideal for aficionados of Louise Penny's Kingdom of the Blind. [See Prepub Alert, 10/1/18.]
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HATE: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship

Essential for readers moved by Jeremy Waldron's The Harm in Hate Speech.
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We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights

Eminently readable and entertaining, this work is highly recommended for fans of Corporations and American Democracy, edited by Naomi R. Lamoreaux and William J. Novak. [See Prepub Alert, 8/21/17.]
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Without Precedent: Chief Justice John Marshall and His Times

This masterly work elucidates the indelible imprint that Marshall made on the U.S. Constitution and its subsequent interpretation. Perfect for readers of Jean Edward Smith's John Marshall: Definer of a Nation. [See Prepub Alert, 9/11/17.]
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Justice Failed: How "Legal Ethics" Kept Me in Prison for 26 Years

A powerful argument that will appeal to readers of Michael Morton's Getting Life: An Innocent Man's 25-Year Journey from Prison to Peace.
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The Heart of the Constitution: How the Bill of Rights Became the Bill of Rights

Crucial for readers of Akhil Reed Amar's The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction.
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Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived

Indispensable for Scalia aficionados, fans of Scalia's Court: A Legacy of Landmark Opinions and Dissents, edited by Kevin A. Ring, and anyone fascinated by this legendary jurist.
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Supreme Democracy: The End of Elitism in Supreme Court Nominations

Highly recommended for readers of other timely texts such as Laura Kalman's Long Reach of the Sixties.
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Incendiary: The Psychiatrist, the Mad Bomber, and the Invention of Criminal Profiling

A sine qua non for readers intrigued by criminal minds, certain to engage fans of Gerold Frank's classic The Boston Strangler.

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