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Reviews of Books with 478 Pages

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The Scavenger's Daughter

by J. G. Stinson

The Scavenger’s Daughter is a torture device invented during the reign of Henry VIII of England. It’s a particularly nasty machine which works opposite the famous rack: it crushes a person, causing internal bleeding, broken bones... Read More

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The Anthropology of Childhood

“Images of badly abused slave children in Ivory Coast harvesting the cocoa beans that will be processed into the chocolates consumed by obese children in Los Angeles” will haunt the thoughts of everyone who reads this well-documented... Read More