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December 2015

December's roundup of History titles includes Kim MacQuarrie's LIFE AND DEATH IN THE ANDES, which offers unique portraits of legendary characters along South America’s mountain spine, from Charles Darwin to the present day; CONQUERORS, in which Roger Crowley tells the epic story of the emergence of Portugal, a small, poor nation that enjoyed a century of maritime supremacy thanks to the daring and navigational skill of its explorers; Michael A. McDonnell's MASTERS OF EMPIRE, which reveals the pivotal role played by the native peoples of the Great Lakes in the history of North America; and AGINCOURT, Sir Ranulph Fiennes' dynamic account of the Battle of Agincourt, which gives a unique perspective on one of the most significant battles in English history.

Week of April 10, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of April 10th include THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10 by Ruth Ware, a haunting novel about a journalist on a luxury cruise who witnesses a woman being thrown overboard --- but all passengers remain accounted for; BARKSKINS, Annie Proulx's bestselling epic about the demise of the world's forests; KICK KENNEDY, an unforgettable portrait of the Kennedy family's favorite daughter from Barbara Leaming, who has written a mesmerizing story of love, loss and war; and Howard Blum's THE LAST GOODNIGHT, a riveting biography of Betty Pack, the dazzling American debutante who became an Allied spy during World War II and was hailed by OSS chief General “Wild Bill" Donovan as “the greatest unsung heroine of the war.”