Mueller, Tom

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Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud

Mueller’s powerful but disheartening story of pervasive fraud and a general collapse of ethical behavior with only glimmers of hope from the bravery of whistleblowers is fully accessible to general readers and substantive enough for academic audiences; a must-read.
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Rotherweird

Some readers may find playwright Caldecott’s debut worth reading for originality and inventiveness, but others might find it difficult or baffling.
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Everything We Have: D-Day 6.6.44

D-Day is a topic of enduring interest for many readers. A strong addition for public libraries.
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Frankenstein: How a Monster Became an Icon; The Science and Enduring Allure of Mary Shelley's Creation

Readers fond of Shelley's original work, as well as those who enjoy consuming the culture it's spawned and influenced, will find this a book to savor, and despite edited compilations not being the usual choice for book groups, this could be a stellar choice for any pop-culture savvy group that's recently worked with Shelley's title. Recommended.
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Being Salmon, Being Human: Encountering the Wild in Us and Us in the Wild

Appropriate for academic libraries and large public libraries. May hold special interest for institutions based in the Pacific Northwest.
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Creative Change: Why We Resist It…How We Can Embrace It

Mueller, an accomplished scholar in the management field, has developed a well-formulated argument for creativity. Her ideas and research need to be available to academics, business practitioners, and, really, everyone.
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Famous Americans: A Directory of Museums, Historic Sites, and Memorials

This title will be helpful to adult travel planners who use public or academic libraries, but it will be of limited use to those doing research or reports.
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Shooting Arrows and Slinging Mud: Custer, the Press, and the Little Bighorn

Mueller's book is to be admired for its engaging method as well as the freshness of its content. Destined to be the starting point for any future research on news coverage of the Little Bighorn battle, this title is highly recommended for both academic and general readers.

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