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Reviews of Books Priced $34.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $34.95.

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Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem

by Karen Rigby

Little known outside of Palestine, Sophie Halaby was a Russian-Arab painter, Jerusalemite, and member of a prominent Christian family. Laura S. Schor’s "Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem" is a careful, elegant portrait that highlights the... Read More

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Out in Time

by Jeff Fleischer

The experience of living as an out LGBTQ+ American has changed a lot in a short amount of time, leading to significant generational differences. Perry N. Halkitis explores those differences in "Out in Time", interviewing men from three... Read More

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We Are the Land

by Susan Waggoner

"We Are the Land" is a unique and evocative Irish travelogue. In her travel memoir "We Are the Land", Leslie Lee ventures to the country of her ancestors: Ireland. Deciding it was time to see where her family came from and eager to share... Read More

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The Westside Slugger

by Jeff Fleischer

Joe Neal served thirty-two years in Nevada’s state legislature. He was the first African American state senator in the notoriously unequal state’s history and emerged as an important voice for civil rights and economic opportunity.... Read More

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The Art of Reading

by Matt Sutherland

As props go, a vase of flowers or bowl of fruit may qualify as the painter’s favorite subject—excepting, of course, a portrait of the person paying the artist’s fee in advance. But artists throughout history have also shown a... Read More

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The Zinoviev Letter

by Rachel Jagareski

Intelligence historian Gill Bennett’s easy familiarity with Anglo-Soviet foreign policy and espionage imbues "The Zinoviev Letter" with impressive authoritativeness, untangling the 1924 “fake news” document from speculation to... Read More

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Inevitably Toxic

by Rebecca Foster

Most of the ten essays collected in "Inevitably Toxic" are based on papers presented at Claremont College’s “Contested Expertise, Toxic Environments” workshop in Fall 2015. Reading them is like attending an academic conference and... Read More

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