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|This title releases August 8, 2017

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From the bestselling author of  A Train in Winter , the story of the Rosselli family, whose courage standing up to Mussolini's fascism helped define the path of Italy in the years between the World Wars. "I had a house: they destroyed it. I had a newspaper:…
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|October 17, 2016

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From the author of the runaway bestseller A Train in Winter comes the extraordinary story of a French village that helped save thousands, including many Jewish children, who were pursued by the Gestapo during World War II.…
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|August 11, 2014

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|June 19, 2014

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Iris Origo was one of the twentieth century’s most attractive and intriguing women, a brilliantly perceptive historian and biographer whose works remain widely admired. Iris grew up in Italy with her Irish mother after the death of her wealthy American father.…
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|August 21, 2014

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Born in Paris 1893, a precocious and tough Freya Stark spent her childhood wondering across Europe, speaking three languages by the time she was five. She became one of the twentieth-century's most remarkable and inspirational women. Renowned for her flamboyant…

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El sultán del Imperio Otomano la solicitaba a su lado en los banquetes. Napoleón la hizo camarera de Josefina. Sus amigos fueron Talleyrand, Madame de Staël, Chateaubriand, Lafayette, y el duque de Wellington, con la que jugaba de pequeña. Fue testigo de primera…
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|May 18, 2012

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These four interlinked stories encapsulate Martha Gellhorn’s firsthand observation of the Great Depression. Fiction crafted with documentary accuracy, they vividly render the gradual spiritual collapse of the simple, homely sufficiency of American life in the…