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This New York Times bestseller intertwines the true tale of the 1893 World's Fair and the cunning serial killer who used the fair to lure his victims to their death. Combining meticulous research with nail-biting storytelling, Erik Larson has crafted a narrative…
Solved: How The World's Great Cities Are Fixing The Climate Crisis

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If our planet is going to survive the climate crisis, we need to act rapidly. We cannot wait for national governments to agree on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and keep the average temperature rise to within 1.5 degrees. In Solved , David Miller argues…
Homicide: A Year On The Killing Streets
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|August 22, 2006

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From the creator of HBO's The Wire , the classic book about homicide investigation that became the basis for the hit television show The scene is Baltimore. Twice every three days another citizen is shot, stabbed, or bludgeoned to death. At the center of this…
The Basketball Diaries: The Classic About Growing Up Hip On New York's Mean Streets

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The urban classic coming-of-age story about sex, drugs, and basketball   Jim Carroll grew up to become a renowned poet and punk rocker. But in this memoir of the mid-1960s, set during his coming-of-age from 12 to 15, he was a rebellious teenager making a…
Heroines (new Edition): Photographs by Lincoln Clarkes
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|This title releases March 21, 2021

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This new edition of Heroines is a large format revised edition of the original Heroines: Photographs by Lincoln Clarkes that was released by Anvil in 2002. This new edition features over 150 portraits accompanied by four critical essays that contextualize the…
Nurse: The True Story Of Mary Benjamin, R.n.
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|September 4, 2007

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THE NATIONAL BESTSELLER-OVER TWO MILLION COPIES SOLD! A shocking, inspirational bestseller, Nurse is the story of eight weeks in the life of a nurse in a large urban hospital. It is all here: the joy and pain, the death and drama, the mistakes, successes, and…
Reclaiming Hamilton: Essays From the New Ambitious City

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Tightrope: Americans Reaching For Hope
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|January 14, 2020

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New York Times Best Seller  "A deft and uniquely credible exploration of rural America, and of other left-behind pockets of our country. One of the most important books I've read on the state of our disunion."— Tara Westover, author of …
From Water to Wine: Becoming Middle Class in Angola

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From Water to Wine explores how Angola has changed since the end of its civil war in 2002. Its focus is on the middle class—defined as those with a house, a car, and an education—and their consumption, aspirations, and hopes for their families. It…
The Power Broker: Robert Moses And The Fall Of New York

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Everywhere acknowledged as a modern American classic, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and chosen by the Modern Library as one of the hundred greatest books of the twentieth century, The Power Broker  is a huge and galvanizing biography revealing not only the…
Fear Of Dreaming: The Selected Poems
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|November 1, 1993

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Carroll, a diarist and rock performer, is best known for his coming-of-age memoir  The Basketball Diaries , which became an instant classic when it was first published in 1978 and then a national bestseller when a film version of the book was released in…
Nightwalking: A Nocturnal History Of London

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“Cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night,” wrote the poet Rupert Brooke. Before the age of electricity, the nighttime city was a very different place to the one we know today—home to the lost, the vagrant and the noctambulant. Matthew…
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