This final work of a trilogy may be “the single best volume” about the war in Europe from D-Day to the capitulation of German forces.
by Mary White
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The romantic clash between a successful rock musician and his geeky girlfriend anchors this joyful romp of a tale set in Chicago’s 1970s music scene.
An advantaged middle-class kid from Indiana shares misadventures with slackers and sociopaths on the road to finding purpose and a sense of self-worth.
The elements of fire, water, air and earth guide the author’s latest exploration of our association with food and how it sustains us.
Ronald K.L. Collins and David M. Skover
In their chronicle of the Beat masters, the authors stamp their narrative with a compelling you-were-there novelistic style.
Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
In this “guide” to the future of technology the authors forecast a human existence of constant connectedness and deepening dependence on the cloud.
Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin
This illuminating book looks at how a network established by students a generation ago has changed the direction of law and public policy.