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About Face

An insightful, wild, and wildly appealing romp that zeros in on the all-consuming nature of celebrity in the social media–fueled environment of the 21st century.

Indigenous Continent: The Epic Contest for North America

The level of detail occasionally overwhelms, but Hämäläinen is adept at explaining. This is a book everyone could benefit from reading.
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Resistance: The Underground War Against Hitler, 1939–1945

This title will be appreciated by specialists but is not for the general reader.
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The Colony: Faith and Blood in a Promised Land

Riveting, insightful, ripped from the headlines, this should appeal to fans of true crime and of Jon Krakauer’s Under the Banner of Heaven.

Rebels at Sea: Privateering in the American Revolution

Scholars and general readers will enhance their knowledge of an often-neglected yet essential aspect of Revolutionary War history with Dolin’s cogent, absorbing, thoroughly researched account.
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Maria, Maria: & Other Stories

A vividly accomplished debut.
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Mrs. March

Feito’s debut can be classified as a literary psychological thriller, but it doesn’t fit neatly into one genre. Fans of novels about psychological degeneration will be satisfied.

Pessoa: A Biography

Essential to academic collections, this biography is also accessible to general audiences interested in the potential of art that does not imitate life.

On Juneteenth

This beautifully written memoir makes the case that the history of Black Texas is central to the history of the United States. Gordon-Reed’s writing will move all readers of U.S. history.
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