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Reviews of Books Priced $32.95

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Steamboat Seasons

by Jeana Jorgensen

The historical novel "Steamboat Seasons" follows a ship’s captain as he witnesses nineteenth-century tensions along his route. A sequel that can be read as a standalone, Kendall D. Gott’s historical novel "Steamboat Seasons" follows... Read More

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Champagne Charlie

by Amy O'Loughlin

Don and Petie Kladstrup’s "Champagne Charlie" is the enjoyable biography of Charles Heidsieck, a dazzling, daring, and adroit French champagne merchant who risked his life and limbs to sell his esteemed bubbly to Americans in the... Read More

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The Children of D'Hara

by Eileen Gonzalez

A royal couple fights to preserve their magic and their way of life in Terry Goodkind’s fantasy epic The Children of D’Hara. The D’Haran Empire is finally at peace. Its rulers, Richard and Kahlan, risked much to secure that peace,... Read More

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Vegan Recipes from Japan

by Karen Rigby

Informed by Kaiseki cuisine and Zen Buddhism, Malte Härtig’s "Vegan Recipes from Japan" is an elegant cookbook that reveres cooking rituals. Härtig writes: “Cooking with love. That’s the essence.” For him, minimalism is key in... Read More

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Dissimilar Similitudes

by Rachel Jagareski

The erudite, illustrated essays of "Dissimilar Similitudes" concern art, history, religion, and culture in late medieval Europe—in particular, how devotional objects and images were viewed by worshippers. Some challenge traditional... Read More

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Haig's Coup

by Joe Taylor

Two-time Pulitzer Prize nominee Ray Locker’s second book about the Nixon White House is Haig’s Coup, an inside view of the besieged president’s final sixteen months in office as seen by his closest adviser, General Alexander Haig.... Read More

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