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Lessons and Letters from History
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Although Michelle Obama is still touring the country to promote her new memoir, Becoming , there's already much to celebrate: Her title is the best-selling book of Her revealing personal story sold 3. - It helps too that the challenges previously posed to this oligopoly by short-lived fads have receded, and were not replaced in by another vogue with the same commercial impact. Adult colouring books, for instance, still sell — Keep Calm and Colour Unicorns was among the most popular — but no longer well enough to make this list, let alone the top 10 as in their heyday.
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The journeys of the characters at the Rose Harbor Inn come to a close in this last book of the series. When bodies are found at a Hamptons estate where a series of grisly murders once occurred, a local detective and former New York City cop investigates. Eve Dallas of the N. By Nora Roberts, writing pseudonymously. From stray mutt to golden-haired puppy, a dog finds himself reincarnated over the years as he searches for his purpose in life. Ben Sterling returns home to Mystic Creek to settle down and start a family, but the woman of his interest is more than a little resistant. As she warms to him, her past comes back to interfere.
October's crop of recommended reading provides both warnings and wisdom from the past, with a deftly executed novella about Europe's freefall into the Second World War and an anthology of eye-opening missives from history's good, bad and ugly. Elsewhere, we follow a compelling Nigerian tale of sisterly love and mass murder, and take our seats aboard the magical sleigh, Frostheart. Hitler's manipulative, insidious path to Austrian invasion told with dead-pan documentary realism and deliciously understated irony, The Order of the Day is a mordantly funny and darkly disturbing novella. Curated with immense skill and eye for intriguing juxtapositions by Simon Sebag Montefiore , the one hundred plus letters contained within Written in History provide a fascinating window into the private and public lives of history's greatest figures. Arranged thematically this collection of correspondence provides an enlightening parallel narrative to the linear march of conventional history, and includes missives by everybody from Rameses to Trump, by way of Elizabeth I and Nelson Mandela.