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The top of his game - the best sportswriting of W.C. Heinz by Heinz, W. C. (Wilfred Charles), 1915-2008, author.

The top of his game - the best sportswriting of W.C. Heinz

Apr 20, 2015
The upstairs wife - an intimate history of Pakistan by Zakaria, Rafia, 1978-

The upstairs wife - an intimate history of Pakistan

Apr 17, 2015
The upstairs wife - an intimate history of Pakistan by Zakaria, Rafia, 1978-

The upstairs wife - an intimate history of Pakistan

Apr 21, 2015
The vertical interrogation of strangers by Rider, Bhanu Kapil.

The vertical interrogation of strangers

"THE VERTICAL INTERROGATION OF STRANGERS blends the narratives of the travelog and the coming of age novel. It is written by a young Indian woman whose travels take her between homes in two countries, India and England, and through parts of the United States. These short pieces reveal new ways of belonging in the world and possibilities for an art grounded in a localized cosmopolitan culture."

Apr 21, 2015
The war - a memoir by Duras, Marguerite.

The war - a memoir

Apr 16, 2015
The Weather Experiment - The Pioneers Who Sought to See the Future by Moore, Peter

The Weather Experiment - The Pioneers Who Sought to See the Future

Apr 17, 2015
The winds of change - climate, weather, and the destruction of civilizations by Linden, Eugene.

The winds of change - climate, weather, and the destruction of civilizations

Climate has been humanity's constant, if moody, companion. At times benefactor or tormentor, climate nurtured the first stirrings of civilization and then repeatedly visited ruin on empires and peoples. Environmental journalist Linden reveals a recurring pattern in which civilizations become prosperous and complacent during good weather, only to collapse when climate changes--either through its direct effects, such as floods or drought, or indirect consequences, such as disease, blight, and civi

Apr 21, 2015
The woodland homestead - how to create a productive small-scale farm in the woods by McLeod, Brett, author.

The woodland homestead - how to create a productive small-scale farm in the woods

Apr 21, 2015
The World's Largest Man by Key, Harrison Scott

The World's Largest Man

Apr 21, 2015
The wow factor - how to create it, inspire it, and achieve it by Zegree, Stephen.

The wow factor - how to create it, inspire it, and achieve it

Apr 21, 2015
Their last full measure - the final days of the Civil War by Wheelan, Joseph, author.

Their last full measure - the final days of the Civil War

Describes the events surrounding the Civil War during the first months of 1865 and how together they brought about the climax of the bloodiest war fought on American soil.

Apr 21, 2015
They are all my family - a daring rescue in the chaos of Saigon's fall by Riordan, John P., author.

They are all my family - a daring rescue in the chaos of Saigon's fall

"In the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War in April 1975, as Americans fled and their Vietnamese allies and employees prepared for the worst, John Riordan, the assistant manager of Citibank's Saigon branch, succeeded in rescuing 105 Vietnamese. They were his 33 Vietnamese staff members and their families. Unable to secure exit papers for the employees, Citibank ordered Riordan to leave the country alone. Safe in Hong Kong, Riordan could not imagine leaving behind his employees and defied inst

Apr 20, 2015
This astounding close- the road to Bennett Place by Bradley, Mark L.

This astounding close- the road to Bennett Place

Apr 21, 2015
This is Mexico - tales and culture and other complications by Merchasin, Carol M., 1946- author.

This is Mexico - tales and culture and other complications

Apr 17, 2015
Three kinds of motion - Kerouac, Pollock, and the making of American highways by Hanick, Riley, author.

Three kinds of motion - Kerouac, Pollock, and the making of American highways

""Like a great conversationalist, Hanick paints a generous canvas, and I rode the length of this powerful book much like I first experienced the American interstate: songs on the stereo, windows down, and the bittersweet sense that youth is fleeting. Three Kinds of Motion holds open a wild and beautiful journey, not to be missed."-Thalia FieldIn 1943, Peggy Guggenheim commissioned a mural from Jackson Pollock to hang in the entryway of her Manhattan townhouse. It was the largest Pollock canvas s

Apr 20, 2015
Three many cooks - one mom, two daughters - their shared stories of food, faith & family by Anderson, Pam, 1957-

Three many cooks - one mom, two daughters - their shared stories of food, faith & family

"When the women behind the popular blog Three Many Cooks gather in the busiest room in the house, there are never too many cooks in the kitchen. Now acclaimed cookbook author Pam Anderson and her daughters, Maggy Keet and Sharon Damelio, blend compelling reflections and well-loved recipes into one funny, candid, and irresistible book. Together, Pam, Maggy, and Sharon reveal the challenging give-and-take between mothers and daughters, the passionate belief that food nourishes both body and soul,

Apr 20, 2015
Tiny house living - ideas for building and living well in less than 400 square feet by Mitchell, Ryan, author.

Tiny house living - ideas for building and living well in less than 400 square feet

Explores the philosophies behind the tiny house lifestyle, and provides guidance for the transition to a smaller space, including practical strategies for paring down possessions and design tricks to maximize function in available space.

Apr 17, 2015
Top 10 Cancun and the Yucatan by Rider, Nick, author.

Top 10 Cancun and the Yucatan

Pocket guide to Mexican resort towns, including best beaches, clubs, kid-friendly places, colonial towns, wildlife preserves, fishing, and best hotels for every budget.

Apr 21, 2015
Touch by Field, Tiffany, author.

Touch

Apr 21, 2015
Touch by Field, Tiffany.

Touch

Apr 17, 2015