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Fall 2000 Hardcover List

Edited by Laurele Riippa
Compiled by Lynn Andriani, Dena Croog, Robert Dahlin, Cindi DiMarzo, Charles Hix, Karole Riippa, and Bella Stander
-- 8/14/00

Business & Personal Finance
Web Sites Built to Last
(Sept., $24.95) by Marc Kramer offers lessons from leading e-commerce sites on how to achieve success on the Internet.
B2B.com (Sept., $24.95) by Brian O'Connell explains how to cash in on the business-to-business e-commerce bonanza.
The Quotations of Chairman Greenspan (Oct., $16.95) by Larry Kahaner quotes the man whose pronouncements can shake the financial world.
Net Value: Valuing Dot-Com Companies--Uncovering the Reality Behind the Hype
(Sept., $27.95) by Peter J. Clark and Stephen Neill looks at the dot-com phenomenon, its impending downfall and likely repercussions.
E-Service: 24 Ways to Keep Your Customers--When the Competition Is Just a Click Away (Oct., $25) by Ron Zemke and Tom Connellan explains the importance of providing outstanding service.
Digital Rush: Nine Internet Start-Ups in the Race for Dot-Com Riches (Nov., $25) by Jonathan R. Aspatore with Alicia Abell explores the experiences and ideas behind some of the Internet businesses.
Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business: 24 Ways to Hang On to Your Most Valuable Talent (Nov., $27.95) by F. Leigh Branham offers strategies that companies can use to keep their valuable employees.
The Coming Internet Depression: Why the High-Tech Boom Will Go Bust, Why the Crash Will Be Worse Than You Think, and How to Prosper Afterward
(Nov., $27) by Michael J. Mandel predicts the coming downturn and its aftermath.
Abolishing Performance Appraisals, Why They Backfire and What to Do Instead
(Oct., $27.95) by Tom C ns and Mary Jenkins suggests a more progressive system based on people's skills and best working qualities.
Profit Building, Cutting Costs Without Cutting People (Oct., $27.95) by Perry J. Ludy proposes creative solutions and genuine action plans; includes more than 100 cost-reducing ideas.
The Electronic B@zaar
(Sept., $27.50) by Robin Bloor offers a recipe for exploiting the evolving world of e-business. Advertising. Author publicity.
Smart Couples Finish Rich: 9 Steps for a Rich Future for You and Your Partner
(Feb., $25) by David Bach is by the author of Smart Women Finish Rich.
Secrets from an Inventor's Notebook
(Jan., $22.95) by Maurice Kanbar. The inventor of Skyy Vodka, the D-Fuzz-It Sweater Comb, Tang s and more tells how to turn a good idea into a fortune. Advertising.
Surfing the Edge of Chaos: The New Art & Science of Management
(Oct., $26.95) by Richard Pascale, Mark Millemann and Linda Gioja examines the continuing battle between tradition and change. Advertising. Author publicity.
How Digital Is Your Business?: Creating the Company of the Future (Nov., $25) by Adrian J. Slywotzky and David J. Morrison focuses on business basics that include customers, profit, talent and time. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
You're Fifty--Now What?: Investing for the Second Half of Your Life (Jan., $24) by Charles Schwab provides advice for maximizing investments in one's later years.
Careerpreneurs: Lessons from Leading Women Entrepreneurs on Building a Career Without Boundaries
(Sept., $28.95) by Dorothy Perrin Moore. Nearly 100 women pioneers describe strategies for success while noting potential pitfalls.
Learning Journeys: Top Management Experts Share Hard-Earned Lessons on Becoming Great Mentors and Leaders (Nov., $24.95), edited by Marshall Goldsmith, Beverly Kaye and Ken Shelton. Experts including Warren Bennis, James Collins and Wally Amos share personal lessons.
Full Price
(Oct., $25) by Thomas J. Winninger suggests that businesses need to focus on maximizing the value perception of their customers.
The Sixth Market (Dec., $26) by Howard Abell, Robert Koppel and Ken Johnson. Three trading experts foretell a new world investment market.
Fast Growth (Jan., $25) by Laurence G. Weinzimmer demonstrates how high-performance companies have achieved fast growth and how others can emulate their success.
Maximum Success: Changing the 12 Behavior Patterns That Keep You from Getting Ahead
(Sept., $24.95) by James Waldrop and Timothy Butler explains how to overcome traits that can impede a career. Ad/promo. First serial to Harvard Business Review. Radio satellite tour.
The Anatomy of Buzz: How to Create Word of Mouth Marketing (Oct., $24.95) by Emmanuel Rosen offers strategies for creating and sustaining effective word-of-mouth campaigns. Ad/promo. Author tour.
The Fortune Tellers: Inside Wall Street's Game of Money, Media, and Manipulation
(Sept., $26) by Howard Kurtz exposes the behind-the-scenes hype and human foibles that move markets. Ad/promo. Author tour.
Telecosm: How Infinite Bandwidth Will Revolutionize Our World (Sept., $26) by George Gilder. A leading futurologist and technology analyst offers a guide to the post-computer age of communications. Advertising. Author publicity.
Selling the Free Market: The Rhetoric of Economic Correctness
(Nov., $23.95) by James Arnt Aune examines how the concept of free-market economics has influenced political decisions regarding issues such as farm subsidies, labor unions and the minimum wage. Advertising.
Money for Life: Build the Wealth You Need to Live Your Dream
(Sept., $25) by Robert Sheard presents a plan for achieving financial independence, designed for the boomer generation. 40,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
Building Bandwith: Closing the Sale Online (Oct., $27) by Sergio Zyman and Scott Miller explains why most e-marketing misses the mark and how to avoid pitfalls. 75,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
The Message of the Markets: How Financial Markets Foretell the Future--and How You Can Profit from Their Guidance (Oct., $25) by Ron Insana. The CNBC anchor shows how to read the market's hidden signals in order to predict real world events. 50,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
Computer Liberation: The Case for Human Centric Machines (Jan., $26) by Michael Dertouzos shows how to make technology work for, rather than against us in our everyday business lives. 75,000 first printing.
Leading the Revolution
(Sept., $29.95) by Gary Hamel provides a new agenda for companies to survive in the age of revolution. 150,000 first printing. $250,000 ad/promo. First serial to Fortune. Author tour. 20-city radio satellite tour.
The Art of Possibility (Oct., $22.50) by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander presents a set of breakthrough practices for developing creativity. 50,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity. 20-city radio satellite tour.
The Strategy-Focused Organization: How Balanced Scorecard Companies Thrive in the New Business Environment (Nov., $29.95) by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton. 50,000 first printing. Advertising.
Cash Rules: Learn & Manage the 7 Cash-Flow Drivers for Your Company's Success
(Dec., $34.95) by Bill McGuiness lays out a simple model. Ad/promo.
The After-Hours Trader
(Sept., $29.95) by Michael Sincere and Deron Wagner details how to succeed in this new market. Advertising.
John Bogle on Investing: The First 50 Years (Oct., $29.95) by John Bogle. The founder of the Vanguard Group shares investing wisdom. Advertising.
The Hero and the Outlaw: Harnessing the Power of Archetypes to Create a Winning Brand (Jan., $24.95) by Margaret Mark and Carol S. Pearson introduces strategies for creating an unstoppable brand. Advertising.
The Adversity Quotient @ Work: Make Everyday Challenges the Key to Your Success--Putting the Principles of AQ into Action
(Sept., $26) by Paul G. Stolz. This follow-up to The Adversity Quotient applies its principles to the workplace. 100,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity.
High Five (Jan., $20) by Kenneth Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles presents in parable format the essentials for turning any organization into a winning team. 150,000 first printing.
Innovating the Corporation: Creating Value for Customers and Shareholders
(Nov., $39.95) by Thomas Kuczmarski, Arthur Middlebrooks and Jeffrey Swaddling is a hands-on guide to measuring, repeating and systemizing innovation.
Branding.com: On-Line Branding for Marketing Success (Nov., $39.95) by Deborah Kania reveals secrets to brand marketing strategies.
Book Business: Publishing: Past, Present, and Future
(Jan., $21.95) by Jason Epstein discusses the crisis facing the book business today and looks to a radically reformed future. Author publicity.
Built on Trust: Gaining Competitive Advantages in Any Organization
(Oct., $24.95) by Arthur R. Ciancutti, M.D., and Thomas L. Steding enables companies to develop a culture of earned trust that produces vast benefits at virtually no cost.
See You at the Top: 25th Anniversary Edition
(Sept., $25) by Zig Ziglar is the first revised and updated edition of this business and motivational classic.
Can Japan Compete?
(Nov., $27.50) by Michael Porter, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Mariko Sakakibara explains why Japan's economy toppled and what it reveals about competing in the global economy.
The Mind of the CEO (Jan., $25) by Jeffrey E. Garten. The dean of the Yale School of Management captures and interprets the concerns of top executives. Advertising. Author tour.
Elizabeth I, CEO: Strategic Lessons from the Leader Who Built an Empire
(Sept., $23) by Alan Axelrod takes a new look at how to encourage people to accomplish extraordinary achievements. 50,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
Peterman Rides Again (Jan., $25) by John Peterman chronicles the rise and fall of the J. Peterman Company and shows how to use failure as a stepping stone to the next venture. 75,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
Lack of Money Is the Root of All Evil: Mark Twain's Common Sense Guide to Investing (Jan., $22) by Andrew Leckey gathers humorous, cynical, insightful and outrageous sayings about money.
The New Excel Phenomenon
(Sept., $22) by James W. Robinson tells the story of Excel Communications, a tale of technical breakthroughs and American know-how.
Emotional Branding (Sept., $27.95) by Daryl Travis explains why and how feelings and emotions are the keys to successful product branding.
When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall of Long-Term Capital Management
(Sept., $26.95) by Roger Lowenstein tells the rise-and-fall story of Long-Term Capital Management, the hundred-billion-dollar hedge fund rescued by a controversial Federal Reserve bailout. Advertising. Author tour.
World War 3.0 (Jan., $27.95) by Ken Auletta recounts the story of the Microsoft antitrust trial, profiling both the company and its founder, Bill Gates.
After the Internet: Alien Intelligence
(Oct., $27.95) by James Martin identifies the next computer revolution.
Developing Decision-Making Skills for Business
(Sept., $74.95) by Julian L. Simon teaches how to improve professional decision-making skills and enhance ability to develop effective interpersonal relationships.
Now, Develop Your Strengths: How to Discover Your Own Strengths, the Strengths of the People You Manage, and the Strengths of Every Person in Your Organization
(Feb., $26) by Marcus Buckingham and Dr. Donald O. Clifton helps readers identify talents and skills.
Business As Usual
(Feb., $24.95) by Anita Roddick. The controversial businesswoman turns the tables on the way society looks at business. 75,000 first printing. Advertising. Author tour.
(dist. by Antique Collectors' Club)
Branded? (Oct., $19.95) by Gareth Williams analyzes the key strategies used by companies including Coca-Cola, Cadbury and Levi Strauss to promote their brands.
Staying Street Smart in the Internet Age: What Hasn't Changed About the Way We Do Business
(Sept., $24.95) by Mark H. McCormack shows that in the age of e-mail, fax machines and other electronics, personal touch still seals a business deal. Advertising. 6-city author tour. Radio satellite tour.
Getting Things Done (Jan., $23.95) by David Allen presents a program for increasing personal organization, efficiency and productivity.
Inside Out: Microsoft. Who Do We Think We Are
(Sept., $60) by Microsoft takes an inside look at the past, present and future of Microsoft. Advertising.
Talking Money: Everything You Need to Know About Your Finances and Your Future (Jan., $24.95) by Jean Chatzky reveals accessible strategies to help readers manage their finances. Advertising. 5-city author tour. 25-city radio satellite tour.
Becoming a Better Value Creator: How to Improve the Company's Bottom Line--and Your Own
by Anjan Y. Thakor; Improving Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty, and Profit: An Integrated Measurement and Management System by Michael D. Johnson and Anders Gustafsson; and Achieving Success Through Social Capital: Tapping Hidden Resources in Your Personal and Business Networks by Wayne E. Baker (Sept., $25 each) are titles in the new University of Michigan Business School Management series.
From .com to .profit: Inventing Business Models that Deliver Value and Profit (Sept., $26) by Nick Earle and Peter G.W. Keen g s beyond the first era of e-business to when online companies will sink or swim based on profitability. 50,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.
The Power of Gold: The History of an Obsession (Oct., $27.95) by Peter L. Bernstein looks at how people become obsessed and haunted over gold prices. 100,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo. First serial to Worth.
CNBC 24/7 Trading: Around the Clock, Around the World (Nov., $29.95) by Barbara Rockefeller is a guide to trading in the digital age. 75,000 first printing. $200,000 ad/promo.
Damn Right! Behind the Scenes with Berkshire Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger (Nov., $27.95) by Janet Lowe offers life lessons from Warren Buffet's partner. $75,000 ad/promo.

Contemporary Affairs

The Hitler Virus: The Continuing Legacy of Adolf Hitler
(Feb., $27.95) by Peter Wyden demonstrates that the dictator's influence lives on--as he predicted to colleagues before his suicide.
Day of Reckoning: Columbine and the Search for America's Soul
(Feb., $17.99) by Wendy Murray Zoba examines the religious aspects of the shooting and its aftermath.
The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Succeeds in the West and Fails Everywhere Else
(Oct., $27.50) by Hernando de Soto offers a plan for transforming underperforming economies.
PC, M.D.: How Political Correctness Is Corrupting Medicine (Jan., $27) by Sally Satel charges that the intrusion of political correctness into medicine is toxic.
Radical Equations: Organizing Math Literacy in America's Schools
(Feb., $21) by Robert P. Moses with Charles E. Cobb Jr. contends that math-science literacy is a civil rights issue and cites the Algebra Project as proof.
The Informant: A True Story
(Sept., $26) by Kurt Eichenwald is the investigative reporter's account of how a corrupt FBI informant within a politically powerful institution wreaked havoc. Ad/promo. 6-city author tour.
The O'Reilly Factor: The Good, the Bad, and the Completely Ridiculous in American Life (Sept., $23) by Bill O'Reilly is pungent commentary from the star of the nightly program on the Fox News Channel. Ad/promo. 5-city author tour.
The New Urban Leadership
(Nov., $22.95) by Joyce A. Ladner focuses on heads of nonprofit organizations who have developed effective strategies for confronting the problems of inner cities. Ad/promo.
Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public (Dec., $29.95) by Terry M. M examines the school voucher movement and its probable future. Ad/promo.
Losing Matt Shepard: Life and Politics in the Aftermath of Anti-Gay Murder
(Oct., $22.95) by Beth Loffreda, faculty adviser to the University of Wyoming's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Association, explores the implications of Shepard's murder.
Truth to Power: Human Rights Defenders Who Are Changing Our World
(Sept., $50) by Kerry Kennedy Cuomo and Eddie Adams. Text and photos tell the stories of 50 human rights activists around the world. Author publicity.
Living Terrors: What America Needs to Know to Survive the Coming Bio-Terrorist Catastrophe
(Oct., $24.95) by Michael T. Osterholm and John Schwartz alleges that the U.S. is dangerously vulnerable to viral or bacterial terrorist attack. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
The Case for Marriage: Why Married People Are Happier, Healthier, & Better Off Financially
(Oct., $24.95) by Linda J. Waite and Maggie Gallagher submits research to support the thesis that marriage is a positive institution. Ad/promo. Author tour.
Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency (Feb., $27.50) by James Bamford details American intelligence from the Cold War through the new world of digital technology.
Highlanders: A Journey to the Caucasus in Quest of Memory
(Oct., $27) by Yo'av Karny ponders the fate of the Caucasus region.
Persian Mirrors: The Elusive Face of Iran
(Oct., $26) by Elaine Sciolino maintains that a battle rages for control of Iran. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
The Moral Conundrum of Success: Searching for Values in an Age of Prosperity and Technology (Nov., $26) by Dinesh D'Souza assesses the price of unprecedented affluence. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
D s Family Preservation Serve a Child's Best Interests?
(Sept.; $45, paper $17.95) by Howard Altstein and Ruth G. McRoy. Two social work authorities debate the issue.
It's the Little Things: The Everyday Interactions that Get Under the Skin of Blacks and Whites
(Sept., $22) by Lena Williams pinpoints small behaviors that build big walls between the races. 50,000 first printing. Author tour.
Godfather of the Kremlin: Boris Berezovsky and the Looting of Russia (Sept., $28) by Paul Klebnikov delves into the career of Russia's richest businessman. 75,000 first printing.
The Cultural Creatives: How 50,000,000 People Are Changing the World
(Sept., $25) by Paul H. Ray and Sherry Ruth Anderson declares that a new American subculture is behind new social inventions, worldviews and ways of life. Advertising. 7-city author tour.
From Herzl to Rabin: The Changing Image of Zionism
(Sept., $32.95) by Amnon Rubinstein, foreword by Ehud Barak, traces the history of Israel. Author tour.
Author Unknown: On the Trail of Anonymous
(Oct., $26) by Don Foster. The professor who fingered J Klein as the author of Primary Colors explains the techniques he employs as a detective in the field of "literary forensics." Advertising. Author tour.
Upside Down: A Primer for the Looking-Glass World
(Oct., $24) by Eduardo Galeano is the Uruguayan's survey of a world unevenly divided between abundance and deprivation, power and helplessness. Advertising. Author tour.
Fast Food Nation
(Jan., $25) by Eric Schlosser weighs the impact of the fast food industry upon our national health, economy and culture. Advertising. 6-city author tour.
Off Camera: Private Thoughts Made Public
(Sept., $25) by Ted Koppel is the newsman's chronicle of the final year of the 20th century with reflections upon years past. 250,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 12-city author tour.
The Future of Success (Jan., $TBA) by Robert B. Reich analyses how e-commerce has made life increasingly difficult. 100,000 first printing. Author publicity.
Falls the Shadow: The Rise and Reign of Las Vegas (Jan., $30) by Sally Denton and Roger Morris looks at the city's past and present. 75,000 first printing. Author publicity.
Six Nightmares
(Oct., $27.95) by Anthony Lake. The former national security adviser identifies six major threats to America's safety. Author publicity.
Keys to Prosperity: Free Markets, Sound Money, and a Bit of Luck
(Nov., $27.95) by Rudi Dornbusch renders the economist's views on inflation, debt and more.
From Capitalism to Equality: An Inquiry into the Laws of Economic Change
(Sept., $29.95) by Charles Andrews is in the optimistic tradition of laws of historical progress. Author tour.
Deadly Deception: A True Story of Duplicity, Greed, Dangerous Passions and One Woman's Courage
(Nov., $24.95) by Brenda Gunn and Shannon Richardson reveals how a woman uncovered her husband's deadly secret agenda.
The State of Black America
(Sept., $24.95), edited by Hugh Price, is an overview of African-American progress. A National Urban League book.
Every Handgun Is Aimed at You (Feb., $22.95) by Josh Sugarmann advocates banning handguns in the U.S.
Landscape with Smokestacks: The Case of Allegedly Plundered Degas
(Oct., $24.95) by Howard Trienens scrutinizes the dispute over ownership of an impressionist masterpiece.
From Rage to Responsibility: Black Conservative Jesse Lee Peterson and America Today
(Sept., $19.95) by Jesse Lee Peterson and Brad Stetson submits that the Left's collectivist ideas and public policies damage lives and hinder self-government.
Facing Death on Your Own Terms
(Sept., $22.95) by Thomas A. Preston, M.D., proposes protection from the agony of modern dying. Ad/promo.
Cisco: The Real Story (Oct., $27.50) by Jeffrey S. Young depicts Cisco Systems and its remarkable successes. Ad/promo. 5-city author tour.
Live from the Gates of Hell: An Insider's Look at the Anti-Abortion Underground
(Oct., $26) by Jerry Reiter. This picture of right-wing radicalism comes from an FBI informant and former employee of Operation Rescue.
Powder Burn: Arson, Money, and Mystery in Vail Valley
(Jan., $25) by Daniel Glick shows how an investigation of arson in the affluent ski town uncovered surprising suspects.
Interpreting China's Grand Strategy: Past, Present, and Future
(Sept.; $35, paper $20) by Michael D. Swaine and Ashley J. Tellis suggests ways to manage the rise of China. Advertising.
India's Emerging Nuclear Posture: Between Recessed Deterrent and Ready Arsenal (Nov.; $40, paper $25) by Ashley J. Tellis sifts through the many pieces of India's nuclear puzzle. Advertising.
The Island of Lost Maps: A True Story of Cartographic Crime
(Sept., $24.95) by Miles Harvey penetrates the mystery surrounding the theft of scores of centuries-old maps from research libraries in Canada and the U.S. 9-city author tour.
The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup: My Favorite Clowns, Kings, Singers, and Surfers (Jan., $24.95) by Susan Orlean collects a New Yorker magazine writer's amusing profiles.
Reader's digest
Bodies of Evidence: The Fascinating World of Forensic Science and How It Helped Solve More Than 100 Crimes
(Oct., $24.95) by Brian Innes features a close-up look at how crime-solvers work.
God, Guns, and Rock & Roll
(Sept., $24.95) by Ted Nugent. The rocker lets loose about this, that and the rest of it.
The China Threat: The Plan to Defeat America (Nov., $27.95) by Bill Gertz renders a ruthless portrait of China.
Fox, the Fourth Network
(Oct., $23.95) by Daniel Kimmel asserts that upstart Fox has changed the face of television forever. Author tour.
Unspeakable Truths: Confronting State Terror and Atrocity
(Dec., $27.50) by Priscilla B. Hayner studies the truth commissions in South Africa, El Salvador, Argentina, Chile and Guatemala.
Chomsky on Mis-Education
(Oct., $19.95) by Noam Chomsky, edited by Donaldo Macedo, is a selection of writings in support of the author's thesis that our current educational system "miseducates" students.
The Ten Things You Can't Say in America
(Sept., $23.95) by Larry Elder. The TV hosts speaks his own truths. Ad/promo. Author tour.
Saddam's Bombmaker
(Nov., $26) by Khidhir Hamza. A defector avers that Saddam Hussein intends to use the nuclear weaponry that he is dangerously close to manufacturing.
Women and Guns: Politics and the Culture of Firearms in America
(Nov., $32.95) by Deborah Homsher approaches the guns and violence debate from a female perspective.
(Nov., $25) by Bob Woodward analyses how the present economic boom came to be, how it might have been different, when and why it might end. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
The Art of Peace: Nobel Peace Laureates Discuss Human Rights, Conflict and Reconciliation
(Sept., $22.95), edited by Jeffrey Hopkins, shares the views of nine laureates, including the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Glued to the Tube
(Nov., $22.95) by Cheryl Pawlowski ponders TV's influence over family interaction and communication. 30,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Trouble Spots: The World Atlas of Strategic Information
(Nov., $34.95) by Andres Duncan assembles data on trouble spots, including the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Trust Us, We're Experts
(Jan., $23.95) by John Stauber and Sheldon Rampton. From the authors of Toxic Sludge Is Good For You! comes this indictment that information from corporations and on government "manufacture facts" d sn't include the whole truth.
Father and Child Reunion (Jan., $24.95) by Warren Farrell suggests that American culture constructs barriers between divorced fathers and their children.
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Boston D.A.: The Battle to Transform the American Justice System (Oct., $26) by Sean Flynn views the American justice system through the eyes of Boston district attorney Ralph Martin II.
Black Elk Lives: Conversations with the Black Elk Family
(Oct., $25) by Esther Black Elk DeSersa, et al. The descendants of Nicholas Black Elk talk about their lives and legacy.
Hollow City: Gentrification and the Eviction of Urban Culture
(Nov., $27) by Rebecca Solnit depicts the sad end of city life for bohemians.
(Jan., $24.95) by Steven Levy concerns the fortunes of those stalwart individuals dedicated to extending the frontiers of cryptography in the digital age.
Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century
(Sept., $27.95) by Jonathan Glover attempts to clarify why so many atrocities were perpetrated during this shamef period. 4-city author tour.
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