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Humphry Repton: Landscape Design in an Age of Revolution

Richly illustrated with examples from Repton’s Red Books and concluding with extensive references and a bibliography, this volume sets Repton and his work firmly in the life and times of the late 1700s–early 1800s in a book that will appeal to those who enjoy reading about garden designers of the past, or garden history.

The New Girl

Great for those looking for a women’s fiction title with a psychological thriller tilt.

Gods of War: History’s Greatest Military Rivals

Readers interested in military history and the lives of some of history’s noteworthy generals will enjoy the range and scope of this book.

Typically Jewish

A solid choice for a book club or conversation starter, this lighthearted book is a good fit for a public library collections.

Accessible America: A History of Disability and Design

All public library systems should purchase this book, because reading it can change lives.—Peter S. Kaufman, Boston Architectural Ctr.,MA

Batman/The Flash: The Button Deluxe Edition

Readers excited to see two of their favorite characters interact will be delighted, as will those intrigued that this is ultimately a prolog to the upcoming "Doomsday Clock" series, which promises to explore how characters from Watchmen are influencing the DC superheroes.

Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories

For those interested in archival theory and its intersection with historiography, this volume will provide insights into the history and continuing evolution of important concepts. However, readers interested in practical applications should seek a more hands-on guide.

Public Relations

An outstanding read, perfect for fans of Allison Sweeney, Candace Bushnell, and Lauren Weisberger.


King's Blood

The Five Realms has been destroyed, and the remnant survivors are heading north in search of a new home...

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