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241 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Paperback
Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke the American City and How to Fix It
M. Nolan Gray
With lively explanations and stories, Gray shows why zoning abolition is a necessary—if not sufficient—condition for building more affordable, vibrant, equitable, and sustainable cities.
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257 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Hardcover
Brave New Home: Our Future in Smarter, Simpler, Happier Housing
Diana Lind
In Brave New Home, Diana Lind shows why the government-subsidized suburbs full of single-family houses are bad for us and our planet, and details the new efforts underway that better reflect the way we live now.
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194 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Hardcover
Brunelleschi's Dome: How a Renaissance Genius Reinvented Architecture
Ross King
The New York Times bestselling, award winning story of the construction of the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence and the Renaissance genius who reinvented architecture to build it.
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425 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Hardcover
Christ Church, Philadelphia: The Nation's Church in a Changing City
Deborah Mathias Gough
Marking the tercentenary of "the Nation's church" and one of Philadelphia's most treasured colonial institutions, Christ Church, Philadelphia chronicles the church's history from its founding in 1695 through three centuries of change.
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283 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Hardcover
From Factories to Palaces: Architect Charles B. J. Snyder and the New York City Public Schools
Jean Arrington, with Cynthia Skeffington LaValle
Spanning three decades, From Factories to Palaces provides a thought-provoking narrative of Charles Snyder and shows how he integrated his personal experiences and innovative design skills with progressive-era school reform to improve students' educational experience in New York City and, by extension, across the nation.
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310 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Hardcover
Meet Me By the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall
Alexandra Lange
An entertaining and evocative stroll through the rise, fall, and ongoing reinvention of malls, which proved to be a powerful draw for creative thinkers including Joan Didion, Ray Bradbury, and George Romero, chronicles how the design of these market places played an integral role in cultural ascent.
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187 pp.
Art, Architecture & Design
Paperback
Place and Prosperity: How Cities Help Us to Connect and Innovate
William Fulton
There are few more powerful questions than, "Where are you from" or "Where do you live?" People feel intensely connected to cities as places and to other people who feel that same connection.
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304 pp.
Biography
Hardcover
John H. McFadden and His Age: Cotton and Culture in Philadelphia
Richard Carreño
The first biography dedicated to John McFadden (1850-1921), Philadelphia's-if not the country's-grandest cotton king of his time and collector and donor of an important grouping of British paintings now in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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550 pp.
Biography
Hardcover
Winslow Homer: American Passage
William R. Cross
In this compelling biography, William R. Cross chronicles the life story of the great painter and illustrator Winslow Homer (1836-1910), who captured America in the crucible of the Civil War and contributed to shaping American identity to this day.
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298 pp.
Detective
Hardcover
Dolphin Junction
Mick Herron
In Dolphin Junction, devoted fans and future converts alike will find much to amuse, delight, and terrify them. Five standalone nerve wrackingly thrilling crime fiction stories are complemented by four mystery stories.
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345 pp.
Detective
Hardcover
Joe Country
Mick Herron
In Slough House, the London outpost for disgraced MI5 spies, memories are stirring, all of them bad. Catherine Standish is buying booze again, Louisa Guy is raking over the ashes of lost love, and new recruit Lech Wicinski, whose sins make him an outcast even among the slow horses, is determined to discover who destroyed his career, even if he tears his life apart in the process.
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Detective
DVD
Mare of Easttown
HBO/Warner Brothers
Winner of Four Emmy Awards
Kate Winslet plays Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder as life crumbles around her. The seven-part limited series is an exploration into the dark side of a close community and an authentic examination of how family and past tragedies can define our present.

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257 pp.
Detective
Paperback
The Overnight Kidnapper
Andrea Camilleri
The day gets off to a bad start for Montalbano: while trying to break up a fight on Marinella beach, he hits the wrong man and is stopped by the Carabinieri. When he finally gets to the office, the inspector learns about a strange abduction: a woman was abducted, drugged, and then released unharmed a few hours later.
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256 pp.
Detective
Paperback
The Pyramid of Mud
Andrea Camilleri
On a gloomy morning in Vigàta, a call from Fazio rouses Inspector Montalbano from a nightmare. A man called Giugiu Nicotra has been found dead in the skeletal workings of a construction site--a place now entombed by a sea of mud from recent days of rain and floods.
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375 pp.
Detective
Hardcover
The Reckoning
Yrsa Sigurdardottir
Vaka's father appears to have forgotten to pick her up, her mother has forgotten to give her this week's pocket money, and the school is already locked for the day. She asks a neighbor girl if she can call her father from the girl's house. That afternoon is the last time anyone sees Vaka.
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261 pp.
Detective
Paperback
The Safety Net
Andrea Camilleri
Vigàta is bustling as the new filming location for a Swedish television series set in 1950. In the production frenzy, the director asks the locals to track down movies and vintage photos to faithfully recreate the air of Vigàta at that time.
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444 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
A Dark and Twisted Tide
Sharon Bolton
Now living in a houseboat on the River Thames, Lacey Flint is becoming a part of London's weird and wonderful riverboat community. But at dawn one hot summer morning, Lacey finds the body of a shrouded young woman in the river. She assumes it was chance--after all she's recently joined the marine policing unit--but further investigation leads her team to suspect it was deliberately left for her to find.
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468 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
A God in Ruins
Kate Atkinson
The "dramatic story of the 20th century through Ursula's beloved younger brother Teddy--would-be poet, heroic pilot, husband, father, and grandfather--as he navigates the perils and progress of a rapidly changing world.
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357 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
A Spool of Blue Thread
Anne Tyler
It was a beautiful, breezy, yellow-and-green afternoon." This is the way Abby Whitshank always begins the story of how she fell in love with Red that day in July 1959. The whole family--their two daughters and two sons, their grandchildren, even their faithful old dog--is on the porch, listening contentedly as Abby tells the tale they have heard so many times before.
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294 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
All the Old Knives
Olen Steinhauer
Nine years ago, terrorists hijacked a plane in Vienna. Somehow, a rescue attempt staged from the inside went terribly wrong and everyone on board was killed.
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429 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Anthem
Noah Hawley
An epic literary thriller set where America is right now, in which a band of unlikely heroes sets out on a quest to save one innocent life- and might end up saving us all.
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390 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Ask Again, Yes
Mary Beth Keane
A family saga about two Irish American families in a New York suburb, the love between two of their children, and the tragedies that threaten to tear them apart and destroy their futures.
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197 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
Dai Sijie
In this enchanting tale about the magic of reading and the wonder of romantic awakening, two hapless city boys are exiled to a remote mountain village for reeducation during China's infamous Cultural Revolution.
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419 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Damascus Station
David McCloskey
Damascus Station is a gripping thriller that offers a textured portrayal of espionage, love, loyalty, and betrayal in one of the most difficult CIA assignments on the planet.
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378 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Dead Scared
Sharon Bolton
Going undercover as a vulnerable college student when a suspicious rash of suicides occurs at Cambridge University, DC Lacey Flint finds her tragic past and insecurities rendering her a more susceptible target than she realized.
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319 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Hell of a Book
Jason Mott
Winner, National Book Award for Fiction, 2021
In Jason Mott's Hell of a Book, a Black author sets out on a cross-country publicity tour to promote his bestselling novel. That storyline drives Hell of a Book and is the scaffolding of something much larger and urgent.

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195 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Here We Are
Graham Swift
Magic and reality share the stage in this masterly and devastating story that pulls back the curtain on the power of love, family, and the touchstones of our memories.
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326 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Honor
Thrity Umrigar
This riveting and immersive novel tells the story of two couples and the sometimes dangerous and heartbreaking challenges of love across a cultural divide.
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401 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Horse
Geraldine Brooks
A discarded painting in a junk pile, a skeleton in an attic, and the greatest racehorse in American history: from these strands, a Pulitzer Prize winner braids a sweeping story of spirit, obsession, and injustice across American history.
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222 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Jane and Prudence
Barbara Pym
The story of the friendship between two women--one the less-than-perfect clergyman's wife, the other younger and unmarried.
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256 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Less Than Angels
Barbara Pym
A tale of a woman’s romantic entanglements with two anthropologists—and the odd mating habits of humans—from the author of Jane and Prudence.
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391 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Lost
Sharon Bolton
Eleven-year-old Barney has been on a quest to find his mother since she left when Barney was just a toddler. But everything changes when children about Barney's age--and all from the same neighborhood where he lives--start disappearing and turning up gruesomely murdered.
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419 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Love Marriage
Monica Ali
As Yasmin Ghorami's wedding day draws near, difficulties arise with her fiance and her parents.
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260 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Matrix
Lauren Groff
Cast out of the royal court by Eleanor of Aquitaine, deemed too coarse and rough-hewn for marriage or courtly life, seventeen-year-old Marie de France is sent to England to be the new prioress of an impoverished abbey, its nuns on the brink of starvation and beset by disease.
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Fiction
Paperback
My Brilliant Friend
Elena Ferrante
The story begins in the 1950s, in a poor but vibrant neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples. Growing up on these tough streets the two girls learn to rely on each other ahead of anyone or anything else.
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296 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Nobody Walks
Mick Herron
Tom Bettany, a British ex-spy crammed with dark skills, comes out of retirement when he learns his estranged son is dead. His quest leads him to the shadowy Vincent Driscoll, head of the software-design firm Liam worked for, and to the bizarre Dame Ingrid Tearney, head of the Intelligence Service.
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343 pp.
Fiction
Paperback
Park Avenue Summer
Renee Rosen
It's 1965 in New York City and Helen Gurley Brown, the new editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, shocks America and saves a dying publication by daring to talk to women about everything off-limits.
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219 pp.
Fiction
Paperback
Scattered All Over the Earth
Yoko Tawada
In the dystopian future of this novel, Japan has ceased to exist as the result of climate change. A group of people from across the spectrum of language find themselves intertwined.
Translated from the Japanese.

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301 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Slough House
Mick Herron
At Slough House-MI5's London depository for demoted spies-Brexit has taken a toll. The "slow horses" have been pushed further into the cold, Slough House wiped from Service records-and fatal accidents keep happening. No wonder Jackson Lamb's crew is feeling paranoid.
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291 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Dress Lodger
Sheri Holman
In Sunderland, England, a city quarantined by the cholera epidemic of 1831, Gustine, a defiant fifteen-year-old beauty in an elegant blue dress rented from her pimp-landlord, sells her body to feed her only love: a fragile baby boy.
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372 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Fortune Men
Nadifa Mohamed
Short Listed for the Booker Prize 2021
Mahmood Mattan is a fixture in Cardiff's Tiger Bay, 1952, which bustles with Somali and West Indian sailors, Maltese businessmen and Jewish families. He is a father, chancer, some-time petty thief. He is many things, in fact, but he is not a murderer.

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454 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Four Winds
Kristin Hannah
Texas, 1921. A time of abundance. The Great War is over, the bounty of the land is plentiful, and America is on the brink of a new and optimistic era. But for Elsa Wolcott, deemed too old to marry in a time when marriage is a woman's only option, the future seems bleak.
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399 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Girl in the Spider's Web
David Lagercrantz
She is the girl with the dragon tattoo—a genius hacker and uncompromising misfit. He is a crusading journalist whose championing of the truth often brings him to the brink of prosecution.
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215 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Good Doctor
Damon Galgut
Taut, spare, and compellingly readable, The Good Doctor is a brilliant literary high-wire act short enough to be devoured in one or two sittings.
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277 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows
January 1946: London is emerging from the shadow of the Second World War, and writer Juliet Ashton is looking for her next book subject. Who could imagine that she would find it in a letter from a man she’s never met, a native of the island of Guernsey, who has come across her name written inside a book by Charles Lamb. . . .
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298 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The House on the Strand
Daphne du Maurier
A secret experimental concoction, once imbibed, allows you to return to the fourteenth century. There is only one catch: if you happen to touch anyone while traveling in the past you will be thrust instantaneously to the present.
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321 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Japanese Lover
Isabel Allende
An exquisitely crafted love story and multigenerational epic that sweeps from present-day San Francisco to Poland and the United States during WWII.
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358 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Moroccan Girl
Charles Cumming
Kit Carradine is the successful author of several best-selling novels. When he is approached by MI6 and asked to carry out a simple task on behalf of his country while attending a literary festival in Morocco, he jumps at the chance.
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138 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Mysterious Correspondent: New Stories
Marcel Proust
Throughout Proust's life, nine of his short stories remained unseen; the writer never even spoke of them. Perhaps he was not ready to share the early themes he was nurturing for his masterpiece.
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372 pp.
Fiction
Paperback
The Pact
Sharon Bolton
A golden summer, and six talented friends are looking forward to the brightest of futures - until a daredevil game goes horribly wrong, and a woman and two children are killed.18-year-old Megan takes the blame, leaving the others free to get on with their lives. In return, they each agree to a 'favour', payable on her release from prison. Twenty years later Megan is free. Let the games begin . . .
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269 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Promise
Damon Galgut
Short Listed for the Booker Prize 2021
Haunted by an unmet promise, the Swart family loses touch after the death of their matriarch. Adrift, the lives of the three siblings move separately through the uncharted waters of South Africa; Anton, the golden boy who bitterly resents his life’s unfulfilled potential; Astrid, whose beauty is her power; and the youngest, Amor, whose life is shaped by a nebulous feeling of guilt.

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1,922 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Raj Quartet
Paul Scott
Paul Scott's epic study of British India in its final years, has no equal. Tolstoyan in scope and Proustian in detail but completely individual in effect, it records the encounter between East and West through the experiences of a dozen people caught up in the upheavals of the Second World War and the growing campaign for Indian independence from Britain.
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210 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Scapegoat
Sara Davis
A literary mystery, following a man who works at a Northern Californian university as he investigates the death of his father.
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book
386 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Sentence
Louise Erdrich
A small independent bookstore in Minneapolis is haunted from November 2019 to November 2020 by the store's most annoying customer.
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book
356 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
The Uses of Enchantment
Heidi Julavits
In late afternoon on November 7, 1985, sixteen-year-old Mary Veal was abducted after field hockey practice at her all-girls New England prep school.Or was she?
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257 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Trust Exercise
Susan Choi
In 1982 in a southern city, David and Sarah, two freshmen at a highly competitive performing arts high school, thrive alongside their school peers in a rarified bubble, ambitiously devoting themselves to their studies--to music, to movement, to Shakespeare and, particularly, to classes taught by the magnetic acting teacher Mr. Kingsley.
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281 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Tulip Fever
Deborah Moggach
In 1630s Amsterdam, tulipomania has seized the populace. Everywhere men are seduced by the fantastic exotic flower. But for wealthy merchant Cornelis Sandvoort, it is his young and beautiful wife, Sophia, who stirs his soul. She is the prize he desires, the woman he hopes will bring him the joy that not even his considerable fortune can buy.
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313 pp.
Fiction
Hardcover
Ugly Girl
Barbara Rex
Eva Colby, a plain girl brought up in the snobbish world of Philadelphia high society, meets Newlin Slatter, a man whose belief in his psychic healing powers forces her to reexamine her old values, attitudes, and bonds.
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312 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
After the Ivory Tower Falls: How College Broke the American Dream and Blew Up Our Politics―and How to Fix It
Will Bunch
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist presents a deeply researched look at the broken state of higher education in America and how to work towards a new model that works for all Americans.
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312 pp.
History & Politics
Paperback
Biddle, Jackson, and a Nation in Turmoil: The Infamous Bank War
Cordelia Frances Biddle
The epic fight between Nicholas Biddle and Andrew Jackson over the fate of the Second Bank of the United States comes to vivid life in this compelling biography of political intrigue.
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979 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Democratic Justice: Felix Frankfurter, the Supreme Court, and the Making of the Liberal Establishment
Brad Snyder
The definitive biography of Felix Frankfurter, Supreme Court justice and champion of twentieth-century American liberal democracy.
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297 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Four Lost Cities
Annalee Newitz
A quest to explore some of the most spectacular ancient cities in human history--and figure out why people abandoned them. In Four Lost Cities, acclaimed science journalist Annalee Newitz takes readers on an entertaining and mind-bending adventure into the deep history of urban life.
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240 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
In The Founder's Footsteps: Landmarks of the American Revolution
Adam Van Doren
Obscure and well-known, off-the-beaten path and urban, here are taverns, meeting houses, battlefields, forts, monuments, homes whose rich heritage all combine to define our country – the places where daring people forged a revolution.
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439 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Interrogating Memory
Matthew Berger
Everybody has great stories to tell once they ""interrogate memory."" Those Dr. Berger tells in this timely, innovative and entertaining book began with ""Why do you love film noir?"" The answer starts with four Jewish families leaving the western fringes of the Russian Empire between 1893 and 1912, eventually settling in the ""city within a city.
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405 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Of Blood and Sweat: Black Lives and the Making of White Power and Wealth
Clyde W. Ford
A compelling look at the past with broad implications for present-day calls for racial equity and justice and the abolishment of systemic racism.
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536 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Ravenna: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe
Judith Herrin
At the end of the fourth century, as the power of Rome faded and Constantinople became the seat of empire, a new capital city was rising in the West. Here, in Ravenna on the coast of Italy, Arian Goths and Catholic Romans competed to produce an unrivaled concentration of buildings and astonishing mosaics.
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370 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
The Burma Road
Donovan Webster
As the Imperial Japanese Army swept across China and South Asia at World War II's outset, closing all of China's seaports, more than 200,000 Chinese laborers embarked on a seemingly impossible task: to cut a 700-mile overland route -- the Burma Road -- from the southwest Chinese city of Kunming to Lashio, Burma.
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237 pp.
History & Politics
Paperback
The Vanished Collection
Pauline Baer de Perignon
It all started with a list of paintings. There, scribbled by a cousin she hadn't seen for years, were the names of the masters whose works once belonged to her great-grandfather, Jules Strauss: Renoir, Monet, Degas, Tiepolo and more. Pauline Baer de Perignon knew little to nothing about Strauss, or about his vanished, precious art collection. But the list drove her on a frenzied trail of research in the archives of the Louvre and the Dresden museums, through Gestapo records, and to consult with Nobel laureate Patrick Modiano. What happened in 1942?
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230 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
The Year 1000
Robert Lacey
As the Shadow of the Millennium Descended Across England and Christendom, it Seemed as if the World was About to End. Actually, it was Only the Beginning... Welcome to the Year 1000.
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426 pp.
History & Politics
Hardcover
Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World's Most Contested City
Andrew Lawler
A spellbinding history of the hidden world below the Holy City—a saga of biblical treasures, intrepid explorers, and political upheaval.
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146 pp.
Miscellaneous
Paperback
100 Things To Do in Philadelphia Before You Die
Irene Levy Baker
100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die - Includes tried and true attractions and hidden gems along with a tip to enhance each experience. Ideal for visitors, transplants or long time Philadelphians.
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211 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
Exploring Philly Nature: A Guide for All Four Seasons
Bernard S. Brown
This compact illustrated volume contains 52 activities from birding, (squirrel) fishing, and basement bug-hunting to joining a frog call survey and visiting a mussel hatchery. Brown encourages kids (as well as their parents) to connect with the natural world close to home.
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291 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
Left on Tenth
Delia Ephron
The bestselling, beloved writer of romantic comedies like You've Got Mail tells her own late-in-life love story in her "resplendent memoir," complete with a tragic second act and joyous resolution.
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236 pp.
Miscellaneous
Paperback
Lost Restaurants of Philadelphia
Amy Strauss
Amy Strauss revisits celebrated spaces, unforgettable personalities and must-have recipes that made Philadelphia's historic restaurants remembered for their delicious moments in time.
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309 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
Outliers: The Story of Success
Malcolm Gladwell
In this stunning new book, Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of "outliers"--the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful. He asks the question: what makes high-achievers different?
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224 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
Sweet Simplicity
Jacques Pépin
One of America's favorite chefs shares the secrets of his kitchen, offering one hundred of his own dessert recipes for everything from Banana-Mint Ice with Rum-Raisin Sauce to Roasted Carmelized Pears and Apricot-Fig Souffle.
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270 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
The Catalyst: How to Change Anyone's Mind
Jonah Berger
This book is designed for anyone who wants to catalyze change. It provides a powerful way of thinking and a range of techniques that can lead to extraordinary results.
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307 pp.
Miscellaneous
Hardcover
The Song of Our Scars: The Untold Story of Pain
Haider Warraich
A physician’s bold reexamination of the nature of pain not as a simple physical sensation, but as a social and cultural experience. An indictment of a broken system and a plea for a more holistic understanding of the human body.
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55 pp.
Miscellaneous
Paperback
The Year the City Emptied
Daisy Fried
A collection that assembles translations and loose interpretations of poems by the 19th-century French poet Charles Baudelaire.
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264 pp.
Miscellaneous
Paperback
Walking Philadelphia
Natalie and Tricia Pompilio
Walk the streets of Philadelphia, and discover a variety of fascinating places in the City of Brotherly Love.
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