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Republican Party Reptile

by P. J. O'Rourke

…but insufficient. At his best he’s downright exhilarating . . . Republican Party Reptile is as rambunctiously entertaining as a greased pig catching contest. If you can find a funnier writer than P. J. O’Rourke, buy him a brandy, but don’t lend him the keys to your pickup.” –Chicago Tribune…

Kathleen Hale Is a Crazy Stalker

by Kathleen Hale

A captivating collection of essays that are unlike anything you’ve ever read before, exploring sexual assault, online obsession, motherhood, and the best way to kill a feral hog

The Internet Is Not the Answer

by Andrew Keen

A sharp indictment and incisive analysis of the detrimental effects of the Internet on our psychology, economy, and society.

John-Henri Holmberg

…Jan Broberg Excellence in Criticism award as well as election to the Swedish Crime Fiction Academy. He is also an expert contributor on literature to both the Swedish National Encyclopedia and to the international online Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. The Swedish quarterly Nova Science Fiction, which he edited and published,…

Maggie Paley

…to be discreet and ladylike, I would be embarrassed doing the research. I didn’t think embarrassment was what people should feel about their own and other people’s sex organs. For a more detailed discussion of this subject, see the Preface to The Book of the Penis, which is excerpted online….

The Titled Americans

by Elisabeth Kehoe

“Both a remarkable achievement and a real treat . . . written with elegance. . . . American and British readers interested in genealogy and the world of social connections will enjoy this work immensely, and it is bound to become a classic among bibliographies. Highly recommended.” –Gail Benjafield, Library…

Jasmine

by Bharati Mukherjee

“A fable, a kind of impressionistic prose-poem, about being an exile, a refugee, a spiritual vagabond in the world today; Mukherjee has eloquently succeeded.” –The New York Times…

Death by Leisure

by Chris Ayres

“With dry British wit, [Ayres] skewers American greed, L.A. life, and his own endless romantic foibles . . . Somehow, Ayres knew the fall was coming and kept going anyway. So did we.” —Time…

The Dress Lodger

by Sheri Holman

“Holman seduces you. Her prose, tart, racy and somber, will sing in your soul a long while.” —Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes…

A Diamond in the Desert

by Jo Tatchell

Part history, part memoir, part travel guide, this search for the mysteries behind one of the world’s richest cities is “the best book . . . on the Gulf coast boom town to date.” —Bloomberg News…