Harding, J.���T.

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Party Like a Rockstar: The Crazy, Coincidental, Hard-Luck, and Harmonious Life of a Songwriter

Aspiring songwriters will find a treasure trove of tips and inspiration. Heartwarming, funny, and entertaining.

Bright Burning Things

Through Harding’s realistic writing, one feels the profound desperation and pain of addiction. Readers won’t soon forget this viscerally raw immersion into addiction.
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Before the Crown

Lovers of historical fiction and romance, fans of The Crown, and readers seeking an undemanding introduction to the intricacies of the British monarchy will enjoy this timely novel. Harding has clearly done her research; while hers is a story mired in supposition, there are some factual touches included.
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Pickard County Atlas

Thornton’s debut rural noir is grim, with a foreboding atmosphere and a story that does not grow more hopeful. Fans of Laura McHugh’s The Wolf Wants In may appreciate this dark book.

Switched On Pop: How Popular Music Works, and Why It Matters

In much the same way that Wendy Carlos’s 1968 album Switched-on Bach introduced synthesizers to popular music, Sloan and Harding’s ode to popular music reintroduces the Billboard Top 100 to the field of musicology and the snobbiest of vinyl collectors. A necessary addition to any music collection.
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Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump's America

This collection will appeal to listeners wishing to be inspired and challenged by controversial ideas. ["A thought-provoking view of the election from an array of feminist perspectives that will be of interest to many": LJ 9/15/17 review of the Picador hc.]
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Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump's America

A thought-provoking view of the election from an array of feminist perspectives that will be of interest to many. [See Prepub Alert, 3/27/17.]
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Dawn of Infamy: A Sunken Ship, a Vanished Crew, and the Final Mystery of Pearl Harbor

A must for those interested in military history or maritime topics. ["Will appeal to nautical and military historians alike": LJ 9/15/16 review of the Da Capo hc.]
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The Gun Room

Not surprisingly, as Harding's novels have received acclaim—Painter of Silence was short-listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction in 2012—this new work is a powerful exposition about the struggle to bear witness to a spectrum of experiences, especially the experience of war.
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