Sara Shreve

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The Edge of the Plain: How Borders Make and Break Our World

A timely, valuable discussion of a pivotal issue.

Neither Confirm nor Deny: How the Glomar Mission Shielded the CIA from Transparency

Comprehensive research makes this book as engaging as any espionage novel. An essential read.
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The Mad Emperor: Heliogabalus and the Decadence of Rome

A must for anyone interested in the Classical era.
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The Last Speaker of Bear: My Encounters in the North

Although the brevity of the essays may make readers wish Millman had opted to write the fuller memoir he mentions in the preface, those interested in the Arctic will likely appreciate what they’ve gotten.
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Himalaya: Exploring the Roof of the World

An important work on an imperiled land, best suited to collections with an emphasis on geography, geology, or environmentalism.

The Island of Extraordinary Captives: A Painter, a Poet, an Heiress, and a Spy in a World War II British Internment Camp

A deeply effective look at an important but rarely discussed aspect of World War II history.
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Looking Up: True Adventures of a Storm-Chasing Weather Nerd

Though storm chasers will be the primary audience for this meteorology memoir, anyone chasing their dreams will find plenty of inspiration in Cappucci’s journey.
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Libraries and Sustainability: Programs and Practices for Community Impact

This is an important work that should inspire library professionals.
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