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The Cat Men of Gotham

by Rachel Jagareski

Peggy Gavan’s atmospheric Cat Men of Gotham retells forty-two true stories of Old New York felines and the men who cared for them. Culled from newspaper and magazine archives from the 1880s to the 1930s, these tales about cat mascots... Read More

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Bill Wants a Boat

by Charlene Oldham

"Bill Wants a Boat" is an attention-grabbing personal finance primer for those striving to secure their financial futures. Antonio M. Thewissen’s financial parable "Bill Wants a Boat" follows a couple’s monetary struggles during... Read More

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Hardbarned!

by Nancy Powell

Driver’s heartfelt, often funny, story will be sympathetic to today’s college graduates as they also struggle to find meaningful work. Christopher J. Driver’s memoir "Hardbarned!" is poignant and self-deprecating, about the college... Read More

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Last Man Standing

by Gary Presley

"Last Man Standing" is a thoughtful and exhaustive account of the life of Mort Sahl. With Last Man Standing, James Curtis offers a comprehensive and generally admiring biography of Mort Sahl, a stand-up comedian who brought the... Read More

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More Stories to Tell

by Peter Dabbene

Wink-nod chapter titles and conversational prose make this a keen and appealing comedic work. On the heels of his well-received humor book Stories I Tell, Paul D’Angelo presents another compendium of comedy, More Stories to Tell: A... Read More

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