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Preparing for a Better End: Expert Lessons on Death and Dying for You and Your Loved Ones

Clear and with a practical orientation. Useful for people dealing with end of life situations and especially for those actually planning ahead.
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The Fifth Wave: The Evolution of American Higher Education

Crow and Dabars support their exciting new paradigm for American universities with extensive data, theoretical frameworks, and integration of research in the field, illuminating their argument for a new approach to higher education that will better serve American society and democracy.

Detectives in the Shadows: A Hard-Boiled History

One can say many things about crime fiction, and throughout this thoughtful, well-crafted piece of literary history, Lee succeeds in telling the story straight.

Tree Story: The History of the World Written in Rings

With this brief, accessible look at the wisdom of tree rings, Trouet draws readers into a narrative that clearly displays her joy for her work and offers some fun with word play.

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Is It Alzheimer’s? 101 Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions About Memory Loss and Dementia

Though dense at times, this work is among the few about understudied chronic conditions that primarily affect women, and the little attention they receive. For those living with invisible illnesses who have been told they don’t look sick, and fans of the podcasts This Is Not What I Ordered and No End In Sight.

All the Horrors of War: A Jewish Girl, a British Doctor, and the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen

Although some of the military details can be a little dry, Lerner effectively balances two very different accounts surrounding a traumatic time in history. For fans of both military history and biography.
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The Crisis of U.S. Hospice Care: Family and Freedom at the End of Life

This important book should be required reading for both hospice professionals and bioethicists, as it connects ethical insights with rich ethnographic work and penetrating analysis.

Not Even Past: The Stories We Keep Telling About the Civil War

Marrs weaves a complex history to capture the essence of the literature and art surrounding the Civil War, resulting in a valuable work beneficial to a variety of collections.

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The Opioid Fix: America’s Addiction Crisis and the Solution They Don’t Want You To Have

Recommended for anyone seeking more information about addiction treatment reform, especially those with public policy and public health interests.
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