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The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The True Story of Rose Dugdale and the Russborough House Art Heist

A captivating book that will entertain fans across genres with its seamless blend of true crime, biography, and art history.
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The Last Blue

A rich historical portrait of the region, Morley’s (Above) love story is also for fans of photography and history buffs looking for novels set in the WPA era.

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In the Name of God: The Role of Religion in the Modern World; A History of Judeo-Christian and Islamic Tolerance

A worthwhile read for secular liberals wishing to advocate for mutual respect and open-mindedness among various religious groups.
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Running the Dream: One Summer Living, Training, and Racing with a Team of World-Class Runners Half My Age

Readers interested in running, the dynamics of pursuing high goals, and the life of a professional runner will find this book worthwhile.
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Saving the Last Rhinos: The Life of a Frontline Conservationist

An eye-opening account of the life of a famed conservationist that not only shows the pitfalls he faces on the job but also the hope he finds in others who are determinedly fighting to preserve wildlife.
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Damaged Heritage: The Elaine Race Massacre and a Story of Reconciliation

An important history, though the book is often redundant in its exploration of the author’s heritage.
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Reef Life: An Underwater Memoir

A vivid, lyrical science memoir for readers curious about coral reefs, and fans of environmental nonfiction.
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The Invention of Surgery: A History of Modern Medicine; From the Renaissance to the Implant Revolution

Written for general readers, this book will appeal to anyone interested in the current state of health care and how we got here. It will be of particular interest to those who have experienced implantation surgery.

The Coldest Warrior

Nonfiction and fiction author Vidich (An Honorable Man) presents a fast-paced, historically accurate thriller, placing him alongside other great spy authors such as John le Carré and Alan Furst. Readers of the genre will want this slow-burn chiller that shows how far government will go to keep secrets.

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