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Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times

Ambitious, comprehensive, and highly recommended for public and academic libraries.

Island Stories: An Unconventional History of Britain

With this well-documented and engaging, narrative, readers will gain a better understanding of the nuanced histories of this island nation.

The Kremlin Letters: Stalin's Wartime Correspondence with Churchill and Roosevelt

This volume is an excellent resource for historians interested in how the Big Three communicated with one another how that impacted World War II.

Lovejoy: Series 1

Contains mild profanity. The age of this series doesn't diminish its entertainment value; for viewers who can't get enough of British dramas.

The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century

Especially relevant on the eve of the 100th anniversary of World War I, this title collects decades of research, literature, film, and understanding to provide a reasoned, compelling take on a conflict that changed the face of the world. It will be appreciated by armchair historians and academics alike. [See Prepub Alert 11/3/13; for more nonfiction reviews on World War I, see "The Great War" roundup, LJ 4/15/14 or go to]

Mightier Than the Sword

While this book may prove to be heavy going for the general reader, all serious students of 19th-century American literature and culture will want to read it.—Stewart Desmond, New York

A Bit of a Do

This award-winning British comedy series, which debuted on ITV in 1989 and ran for two seasons, is an odd-couple story of two dissimilar families brought together by the shotgun marriage of their children...

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