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Reviews of Books Priced $39.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $39.00.

Book Review

March 1917

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In commemoration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the University of Notre Dame Press is releasing the first English translation of Nobel Prize-winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s epic work, "March 1917", Node... Read More

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The Complete Callaghan Tetralogy

by Karyn Saemann

The Complete Callaghan Tetralogy is a well-conceived tale for those who enjoy smart, complex, global intrigue. A London businessman, brutally tortured by the Russian mafia when he is mistaken for his father, seeks revenge and personal... Read More

Book Review

Race in Mind

by Matt Sutherland

The fourteen Critical Essays in Paul Spickard’s "Race in Mind" bring to the fore many delightful and provocative observations and one abrupt realization: race is and always was a dumb idea. That is, after many several thousand years of... Read More

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The Modern Art Cookbook

by Matt Sutherland

Much we can intuit when we know what someone et—Cezanne and Picasso revered the perfectly prepared omelette, and here’s their recipes to prove it. Beautiful food art, quirky artist recipes, and dinner table gossip make this book an... Read More

Book Review

Naughty Paris

Naughty Paris: A Ladys Guide to the Sexy City (Fleur de Lire Press, 978-2-9531870-0-7) provided Heather Stimmler-Hall with the opportunity to walk the same streets as Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, and Catherine Millet seeking out the... Read More

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Ojibwe Wassa Inaabidaa

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

“Back in those days, we didn’t have the dime-store variety playthings. Sticks and boards would be carved into machine guns and used in war games. As usual, no one wanted to play the Indians.” In this book, a companion piece to a... Read More