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Reviews of Books Priced $35.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $35.00.

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Unceasing Militant

by Karen Rigby

Alison M. Parker’s salient academic biography of undersung civil rights and women’s rights activist Mary Eliza Church Terrell analyzes excerpts from Terrell’s diary, letters, and autobiography to depict how personal and public... Read More

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Earth's Emergence

by Delia Stanley

The science fiction novel Earth’s Emergence finds hope for humanity in the ethical use of science and technology. In Matthew J. Baldwin’s science fiction drama Earth’s Emergence, an alien reincarnates as a boy genius whose... Read More

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Mosquito Supper Club

by Rachel Jagareski

Chef Melissa M. Martin first opened the Mosquito Supper Club in New Orleans as a pop-up in 2014, introducing diners to authentic Cajun food and tales about the cooks, fishers, and farmers who live and work in southern Louisiana. The... Read More

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The Menu

by Eric Patterson

In "The Menu", Eve Marleau looks back on historical menus as a “fascinating reflection of cultural history and shifts in social trends.” She observes that “there is something tantalising about a menu—it’s simultaneously a... Read More

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King of the World

by Kristine Morris

France’s Louis XIV, known as “The Sun King,” has long been an enigma. On the one hand, he was visionary, practical, and probably the greatest patron of the arts the world has ever known. On the other, he was ruthless, vain,... Read More

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From Peoples into Nations

by Jeff Fleischer

In the past few centuries, the map of Eastern Europe has changed far more than its western counterpart, as the rise and fall of empires—from the Holy Roman Empire to the Iron Curtain of Soviet rule—and groupings of people by... Read More

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