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Enchanted New York

by Bianca Bowers

Kevin Dann’s "Enchanted New York" is a historical walk down Manhattan’s magical memory lane. Revealing Manhattan to be a site of protracted enchantment, the book’s eight chapters are named for the type of magic and spiritual... Read More

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Yanks Behind the Lines

by Eileen Gonzalez

This book is a worthy testament to everyone who participated in an admirable WWI endeavor. Jeffrey B. Miller chronicles a massive but little known humanitarian organization in his fascinating historical account, "Yanks Behind the Lines".... Read More

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Witch Hunt

by Matt Sutherland

Why witches? What accounts for our Western fascination with women who hex and heal, summon demons and project power, eschew religion yet embrace religious iconography, live contentedly in darkness, anonymity, and seclusion? Most... Read More

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The United States of War

by Matt Sutherland

The threat of war has long been the most persuasive tool of statesmanship, made the better if you occasionally back it up on the battlefield. Diplomacy has a place, yes, but the laws of the jungle are often the only rules that really... Read More

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Shook

by Jeff Fleischer

That climbing Mount Everest is a risky and dangerous endeavor is well known, but never has that been more true than it was in April of 2015, when a massive earthquake struck Nepal, resulting in the deadliest day so far on the mountain.... Read More

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Sweet Dreams

by Delia Stanley

Dylan Jones’s "Sweet Dreams" is a vast and fascinating collection of interviews that showcase a decade of British music and culture—the New Romantic period, from 1975-1985. Mid-seventies England was full of chaos and creativity as... Read More

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