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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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Macedonia

by Rachel Jagareski

Katerina Nitsou’s "Macedonia" is a vibrant introduction to a Balkan culture and cuisine that is “modest, simple, and honest.” Though there is a present-day country of North Macedonia, Nitsou’s work identifies Macedonia as a... Read More

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Gossip Men

by Jeff Fleischer

In his informative, entertaining history book, "Gossip Men", Christopher M. Elias tracks the surveillance state of the latter half of the twentieth century to its roots in both a culture of gossip and insinuation, and in a kind of... Read More

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Sumac

by Rebecca Foster

Anas Atassi’s inviting cookbook is named after a spice that is one of two keys to Syrian cuisine. The other indispensable element, Atassi contends, is figurative: “nafas,” which literally means breath, but also connotes “the art... Read More

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Princes of the Renaissance

by Susan Waggoner

Mary Hollingsworth’s "Princes of the Renaissance" is a revealing account of the city-state dynasties that created unimaginable wealth, cut-throat competitions, and lavish displays of patronage, resulting in some of the Western... Read More

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William Still

by Kristine Morris

In "William Still", William Kashatus relates the story of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society (PASS) clerk who risked his life to help nearly a thousand escaped slaves reach freedom during the tumultuous years leading up to the... Read More

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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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