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A Suburban Mom

by Chris Arvidson

Young mothers who feel that American culture is sending them “all the wrong messages about motherhood” will find a dose of camaraderie from this book. The author aims, humorously, to dispel tired suburban-mom myths, combining one... Read More

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Baghdad Burning II

by Chris Arvidson

While world leaders debate and the official media embed, the author, a blogger in Baghdad, continues her keen reporting on what passes for everyday life in Iraq. In the midst of a foreign occupation and a rising and divisive religious... Read More

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American Vulgar

by Chris Arvidson

This author takes aim at everyone—the Bush administration, the everyday Americans who elected him, the corporate honchos, the media establishment, and academics. He puts America under a cultural microscope; and he does not like what he... Read More

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The Secret Thief

by Chris Arvidson

When the first door slams in Connie Grey’s face, the reader begins a journey with her through many long-closed doors, drawers, and closets. Connie’s guide through her family’s history is no kindly apron-wearing, cookie-making... Read More

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