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Difficult Mothers: Understanding and Overcoming Their Power

by Terri Apter

An essential work for readers seeking compassionate, wise guidance about the powerful relationship between mothers and their sons and daughters. Mother love is often seen as sacred, but for many children the...


Darkest America: Black Minstrelsy from Slavery to Hip-Hop

by Jake Austen, Yuval Taylor & Mel Watkins

An exploration and celebration of a controversial tradition that, contrary to popular opinion, is alive and active after more than 150 years. Yuval Taylor and Jake Austen investigate the complex history of black...


Crazy Brave: A Memoir

by Joy Harjo

“Compressed . . . lyrical . . . unflinching . . . raw. . . . Harjo is a magician and a master of the English language.”—Jonah Raskin, San Francisco Chronicle In this transcendent memoir, grounded in tribal...


Do Dogs Dream?: Nearly Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know

by Stanley Coren

In a conversational Q&A format, a leading dog expert answers the most commonly asked questions about how dogs think and act. Do dogs dream? Can they recognize themselves in the mirror or understand what...


Bride of New France: A Novel

by Suzanne Desrochers

A richly imagined novel is about a young French woman sent to settle in the New World. Transporting readers from cosmopolitan seventeenth-century Paris to the Canadian frontier, this vibrant debut tells of the...


Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History

Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Science and Technology 2012

by Florence Williams

A 2012 New York Times Notable Book

A 2013 Los Angeles Times Book Award Winner in the Science & Technology category

An engaging narrative about an incredible, life-giving organ and its imperiled modern fate....


Air: The Restless Shaper of the World

by William Bryant Logan

The author of Dirt and Oak brings to life this quickest, most sustaining, most communicative element of the earth. Air sustains the living. Every creature breathes to live, exchanging and changing the atmosphere....


Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles

by Ruchir Sharma

International Bestseller

One of Foreign Policy's "21 Books to Read in 2012"

A Publishers Weekly Top 10 Business Book

“The best book on global economic trends I’ve read in a while.”—Fareed Zakaria, CNN...


Love Among the Ruins: A Novel

by Robert Clark

A beautifully written story of love, idealism, and our recent history. Amid the crises of the summer of 1968, two teenagers become lovers. Emily is a good Catholic girl, for whom an incarnate God means joy and...


The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media

by Brooke Gladstone & Josh Neufeld

A visionary and opinionated work of graphic nonfiction on the media and its discontents. Nearly one million weekly listeners trust NPR's Brooke Gladstone to guide them through the distortions and complexities...


Power and Constraint: The Accountable Presidency After 9/11

by Jack Goldsmith

The surprising truth behind Barack Obama's decision to continue many of his predecessor's counterterrorism policies.

Conventional wisdom holds that 9/11 sounded the death knell for presidential accountability....


My Dyslexia

by Philip Schultz

“A success story . . . proof that one can rise above the disease and defy its so-called limitations on the brain.”—Daily Beast Despite winning the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2008, Philip Schultz could...


Leela's Book: A Novel

by Alice Albinia

“Steeped in the tradition of the Indian epic, yet modern and vastly entertaining.”—The Times (London) In her fiction debut, Alice Albinia weaves a multithreaded epic tale that encompasses divine saga and...


Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil

by Tom Mueller

The sacred history and profane present of a substance long seen as the essence of health and civilization. For millennia, fresh olive oil has been one of life's necessities-not just as food but also as medicine,...


The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda

by Ali H. Soufan & Daniel Freedman

A book that will change the way we think about al-Qaeda, intelligence, and the events that forever changed America. On September 11, 2001, FBI Special Agent Ali H. Soufan was handed a secret file. Had he received...


You Will See Fire: A Search for Justice in Kenya

by Christopher Goffard

A nonfiction mystery dwelling on timeless themes: an individual’s stand against corruption, the complexity of the human heart. Whether gunning down a warthog, raising the beams he'd hewn himself for a new...


White Truffles in Winter: A Novel

by N. M. Kelby

“Rich in sensory delights . . . the kind of masterpiece readers will want to savor.”—Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Auguste Escoffier (1846–1935) was the unparalleled French chef whose impact on restaurants...


What They Do in the Dark: A Novel

by Amanda Coe

“A terrific debut, full of energy and colour, as propulsive as a thriller.”—Guardian In this unforgettable debut novel about the pain, joy, and occasional beauty of childhood, two girls are set on an unimaginable...


The Wandering Gene and the Indian Princess: Race, Religion, and DNA

by Jeff Wheelwright

A brilliant and emotionally resonant exploration of science and family history.

A vibrant young Hispano woman, Shonnie Medina, inherits a breast-cancer mutation known as BRCA1.185delAG. It is a genetic variant...


The Vineyard at the End of the World: Maverick Winemakers and the Rebirth of Malbec

by Ian Mount

"A definite must-read for Malbec drinkers everywhere.”—Lettie Teague, WSJ.com As wine connoisseurs know, Argentine wine was once famously bad. The grapes were overwatered, harvested in brutal heat, fermented...