David Keymer

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Conversation at Princeton

Neither book will replace the author’s landmark novels, but they enrich our appreciation for this great writer. Written in approachable style, they should appeal to all serious book lovers, not just academics.

The Call of the Tribe

Neither book will replace the author’s landmark novels, but they enrich our appreciation for this great writer. Written in approachable style, they should appeal to all serious book lovers, not just academics.

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The Mongol Storm: Making and Breaking Empires in the Medieval Near East

For anyone who loves history, especially with military and diplomatic focuses.

Mr. B: George Balanchine’s 20th Century

This book will fly off the shelves. It’s that good and the subject that absorbing.

Roots of Film Noir: Precursors from the Silent Era to the 1940s

Between his introductory essay and his reviews, Grant provides an extremely helpful commentary on a major film genre. Film buffs will adore this book.
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The Sanctuary

A tepid mystery that will appeal primarily to aficionados of Scandinavian noir.
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Putin’s Wars: From Chechnya to Ukraine

Primarily for scholars, but lay readers will find it comprehensible as well.
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Best Seat in the House: An Assistant Director Behind the Scenes of Feature Films

This unpretentious memoir about filmmaking will appeal to anyone in love with the big screen.
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