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Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: Beyond Victims and Villains

by Alexandra Lutnick

The domestic sex trafficking of minors is a problem of growing concern yet little critical attention. This book analyzes the forces the industry in the United States and provides a much-needed reference for...

Turning Texas Blue

by Mary Beth Rogers

In the 2014 midterm election, Democrats in Texas did not receive even 40 percent of the statewide vote; Republicans swept the tables both in Texas and nationally. But even after two decades of democratic losses,...

Doubletalk: The Language, Code, and Jargon of a Presidential Election

by Chuck McCutcheon & David Mark

With 100 key phrases, this is your up-to-the-minute ebook guide to the presidential election follies

Blood and Earth: Modern Slavery, Ecocide, and the Secret to Saving the World

by Kevin Bales

For readers of such crusading works of nonfiction as Katherine Boo’s Beyond the Beautiful Forevers and Tracy Kidder’s Mountains Beyond Mountains comes a powerful and captivating examination of two entwined...

Lean Out

by Dawn Foster

Sheryl Sandberg’s business advice book, Lean In, was heralded as a defining moment in attitudes to women in business. But for all its commercial success, it proposed a model of feminism that was individualistic...

The Stone Necklace: A Novel

by Carla Damron & Patti Callahan Henry

A story of four intersecting lives and the events that transform them all

Why the Right Went Wrong: Conservatism-From Goldwater to the Tea Party and Beyond

by E.J. Dionne

“Dionne's expertise is evident in this finely crafted and convincing work.” —The Los Angeles Times

From one of our most engaging political reporters and the author of Why Americans Hate Politics; the story...

The End of Average

by Todd Rose

Are you above average? Is your child an A (or a C) student? Is your employee an introvert or an extrovert?  Every day we are measured against the yardstick of averages, judged according to how closely we resemble...

Onnagata: A Labyrinth of Gendering in Kabuki Theater

by Maki Isaka

Kabuki is well known for its exaggerated acting, flamboyant costumes and makeup, and unnatural storylines. The onnagata, usually male actors who perform the roles of women, have been an important aspect of kabuki...

Agent Michael Trotobas and SOE in Northern France

by Stewar Kent & Nick Nicholas

The exceptional exploits, courage and leadership of British SOE Agent Trotobas have long been recognised in France but not in his own country despite being recommended for the Victoria Cross. Captured on his...

The Materiality of Magic: An artifactual investigation into ritual practices and popular beliefs

by Natalie Armitage & Ceri Houlbrook

The subject of 'magic' has long been considered peripheral and sensationalist, the word itself having become something of an academic taboo. However, beliefs in magic and the rituals that surround them are extensive...

Regency Spies: Secret Histories of Britain's Rebels & Revolutionaries

by Sue Wilkes

Sue Wilkes reveals the shadowy world of Britain's spies, rebels and secret societies from the late 1780s until 1820. Drawing on contemporary literature and official records, Wilkes unmasks the real conspirators...

TIME The New Revolutionaries: An Inside Look at the Rebels and Refomers Running for the White House

by Editors of Time

The editors of TIME present a guide to the presidential hopefuls that have surfaced for the 2016 election. These political outsiders are storming the capitol, and challenging the status quo of the Washington...

Re-Visioning Terrorism: A Humanistic Perspective

by Elena Coda & Ben Lawton

Re-Visioning Terrorism: A Humanistic Perspective is an interdisciplinary collection of essays that aims to offer a plurality of visions on terrorism, expanding its meaning across time and space and raising new...

My Apprenticeship Vol. II.

by Beatrice Potter Webb

This early work by Beatrice Potter Webb was originally published in 1926 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'My Apprenticeship Vol. I.' is the second volume of fascinating...

My Apprenticeship Vol. I.

by Beatrice Potter Webb

This early work by Beatrice Potter Webb was originally published in 1926 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'My Apprenticeship Vol. I.' is the first volume of fascinating...

Some Deeper Aspects of Masonic Symbolism

by Arthur Edward Waite

This early work by Arthur Edward Waite was originally published in the early 20th Century and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'Some Deeper Aspects of Masonic Symbolism' is...

Postcards from Stanland: Journeys in Central Asia

by David H. Mould

Central Asia has long stood at the crossroads of history. It was the staging ground for the armies of the Mongol Empire, for the nineteenth-century struggle between the Russian and British empires, and for the...


by Isaac Myer

An element of great value to the student of religions is, that the scarabæus symbol, is the earliest expression of the most ancient idea of the immortality of the soul after death that has reached our day,...

Framed As a Terrorist: My 14-Year Struggle to Prove My Innocence

by Mohammad Aamir Khan & Nandita Haksar

Framed As a Terrorist is the harrowing and heart-rending narrative of an ordinary young Indian man, from the by-lanes of Old Delhi, who was kidnapped by the police, falsely accused of being a terrorist, framed...