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Reviews of Books Priced $30.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $30.00.

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Market Forces

by Laura Leavitt

"Market Forces" is a thoughtful analytical work for those who make decisions about the long-term strategies of their residential senior communities. According to Jill J. Johnson’s informative trend analysis text "Market Forces", the... Read More

Book Review

Newcomers

by Laura Leavitt

Matthew L. Schuerman’s measured "Newcomers" examines gentrification and how it impacts cities for good and ill. Terms are defined with care in the text, which argues that new people moving into older urban neighborhoods don’t create... Read More

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Race for Profit

by Jeff Fleischer

The Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 is a case study in the way that private industries twist government programs to their advantage. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor’s "Race for Profit" is clear and methodical as it details how a... Read More

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On the Plain of Snakes

by Michelle Anne Schingler

With the confidence that Mexico’s respect for people of retirement age would ferry him safely through the dangers hinted at by the state department, Paul Theroux set out to drive across Mexico, a trip recorded in "On the Plain of... Read More

Book Review

Parkchester

by Eileen Gonzalez

A neighborhood in the East Bronx is the subject of "Parkchester", a fascinating study by former Parkchesterite Jeffrey S. Gurock. Built by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in 1940, Parkchester at first served as an idyllic alternative... Read More

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The Lonesome Era

by Peter Dabbene

Camden is an anthropomorphized cat attending high school. He grapples with his sexuality and how to reveal it to his best friend in Jon Allen’s graphic novel "The Lonesome Era". Camden inhabits a late-1990s American Rust Belt town that... Read More

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