English, T. J.

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Dangerous Rhythms: Jazz and the Underworld

Though sometimes touching on non-jazz artists (like Bobby Darin) and violence unrelated to the mob (e.g., a beating of Miles Davis), English’s book adroitly chronicles jazz music’s iron-clad, often-unspoken ties to the mob.

The Gallery of Miracles and Madness: Insanity, Modernism, and Hitler’s War on Art

A moving account of art and mental illness in Nazi Germany. English’s accessible, inviting writing will draw in readers interested in personal perspectives of the Third Reich as well as aficionados of art history.

Jacques Pépin Quick & Simple

A comprehensive collection of everyday recipes that will encourage anyone who is short on time, but still interested in cooking fabulous food at home.

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Simply Laura Lea: Balanced Recipes for Everyday Living

While not necessarily for novice books, this resource will find a welcome home among home cooks interested and invested in eating whole foods.
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Horse

English presents an original, often lyrical story of a teen girl and her horse as she finds her way in a world full of false friends and traitorous adults. A solid choice for thoughtful readers interested in stories of families and relationships. [See Prepub Alert, 2/19/18.]
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Horse

English presents an original, often lyrical story of a teen girl and her horse as she finds her way in a world full of false friends and traitorous adults. A solid choice for thoughtful readers interested in stories of families and relationships. [See Prepub Alert, 2/19/18.]
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Southern from Scratch: Pantry Essentials and Down-Home Recipes

Pair English's attractive new collection with comparable or contrasting pantry titles such as Jennifer Chandler's The Southern Pantry Cookbook or Alana Chernila's The Homemade Pantry.

The Corporation: An Epic Story of the Cuban American Underworld

Riveting nonfiction worthy of the best creative storyteller. English's extensive notes and documentation result in a first-rate saga of crime and corruption that is further testament to the author's reputation among the nation's most accomplished writers. [See Prepub Alert, 9/25/17.]
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A Year of Picnics: Recipes for Dining Well in the Great Outdoors

With plentiful advice on picnicking equipment, site selection, and activities, this title functions as a combination cookbook and outdoor event planning guide. Interested cooks should also check out Andrea Slonecker and Jen Stevenson's The Picnic.
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