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Why They Stay

by Rachel Jagareski

"Why They Stay" includes entertaining fodder for better understanding what bargains highly successful women make in order to endure in scandal-plagued marriages. Knowing that is hard to understand why so many strong, smart, accomplished... Read More

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Foreign Teachers

by Rachel Jagareski

"Foreign Teachers" is a resonant novel about an East-West culture clash, seen through the eyes of a crude expat. Sam Wade’s satirical novel "Foreign Teachers" peeks under the veneer of the private schools attended by contemporary... Read More

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Amber & Rye

by Rachel Jagareski

Polish food authority Zuza Zak introduces the Baltic states in Amber & Rye, a stunning account of her summer tour of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Her creative versions of traditional recipes and novel use of beloved local... Read More

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Buddha Bowls

by Rachel Jagareski

Mindful, healthful eating is the essence of "Buddha Bowls", a cookbook that explores popular, Asian-inspired meals that balance grains, toppings, and sauces to satisfy hungry bellies any time of the day. Tanja Dusy’s recipes put... Read More

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Ice Rivers

by Rachel Jagareski

Glaciologist Jemma Wadham’s anguish over her field of study being besieged by climate change underpins "Ice Rivers", which introduces seven diverse glaciers. It’s an emotional, masterful science narrative that’s coupled with scenes... Read More

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