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<strong>Penguin</strong> <strong>Books</strong><br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2013</strong>


“Only the passionate were<br />

immortal, it seemed . . .”<br />

Cosmically fast-paced and wildly imaginative,<br />

this debut novel is a perfect potion of magic and suspense<br />

ON SALE DECEMBER 2012


Once a city of enormous wealth and culture, Prague<br />

was home to emperors, alchemists, astronomers,<br />

and, it’s even whispered, hell portals. When music<br />

student Sarah Weston lands a summer job at<br />

Prague Castle cataloging Beethoven’s manuscripts,<br />

she has no idea how dangerous her life is about to<br />

become. Prague is a threshold, Sarah is warned, and<br />

it is steeped in blood.<br />

Soon after Sarah arrives, strange things<br />

begin to happen. She learns that her mentor,<br />

who was working at the castle, may not have<br />

committed suicide after all. Could his cryptic<br />

notes be warnings? As Sarah parses his clues<br />

about Beethoven’s “Immortal Beloved,” she<br />

manages to get arrested, have tantric sex in a<br />

public fountain, and discover a time-warping<br />

drug. She also catches the attention of a fourhundred-year-old<br />

dwarf, the handsome Prince<br />

Max, and a powerful U.S. senator with secrets<br />

she will do anything to hide.<br />

CITY OF DARK MAGIC could be called a<br />

rom-com paranormal suspense novel—or it could<br />

simply be called one of the most entertaining novels<br />

of the year.


Prof,<br />

Dr. Sherbatsky,<br />

scholar,<br />

mentor, found<br />

dead<br />

Beethoven,<br />

aka Luigi,<br />

aka LVB<br />

a mysterious<br />

little copper<br />

pillbox in the<br />

shape of<br />

a nose<br />

Nicolas<br />

Pertusato, the<br />

400-year-old<br />

dwarf<br />

Suzi,<br />

arms and<br />

armor scholar<br />

Max Lobkowicz<br />

Anderson,<br />

aka<br />

the Prince<br />

Aztec<br />

amulet<br />

vial<br />

the 7th Prince<br />

Lobkowicz,<br />

Joseph Franz<br />

Maximilian<br />

SARAH,<br />

music scholar,<br />

tutor<br />

sex under<br />

the statue of<br />

St. George<br />

slaying the<br />

dragon<br />

gold sapphire-<br />

encrusted<br />

cigarette case<br />

Yuri Bespalov,<br />

KGB, former<br />

head of the<br />

National<br />

Museum<br />

Miles<br />

Wolfmann,<br />

head of the<br />

Lobkowicz<br />

Collection<br />

The<br />

Lobkowicz Palace,<br />

Prague Castle<br />

Pollina,<br />

blind pianist,<br />

child prodigy<br />

the missing<br />

love letters<br />

Charlotte Yates,<br />

CIA turncoat,<br />

U.S. senator<br />

Marchesa Elisa<br />

Lobkowicz<br />

De Benedetti<br />

the “Immortal<br />

Beloved”<br />

letters<br />

Andy,<br />

museum guard<br />

found<br />

murdered


Photo: Travis Tanner<br />

Praise for Meg Howrey’s previous novels:<br />

“Page-turning.” —VOGUE (for The Cranes Dance)<br />

“ An impressive, intriguing novel with deftly drawn characters<br />

and pitch-perfect dialogue.” —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (for Blind Sight) Sight Sight)<br />

• For fans of A Discovery of Witches, The Historian, and The Thirteenth Tale<br />

• Visit magnusfl yte.com, facebook.com/MagnusFlyte, and Twitter @MagnusFlyte<br />

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A <strong>Penguin</strong> Original<br />

Agents: Folio Literary Management and bradylit; First serial, Audio, U.K., Translation: <strong>Penguin</strong><br />

On sale: 11/27/2012<br />

12-Copy Floor Display with special header ISBN 978-0-14-750823-2 $192.00 ($204.00 CAN)<br />

Poster ISBN 978-0-14-750825-6 FREE<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> Readers Guide available online at penguin.com<br />

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MAGNUS FLYTE is a pseudonym for the writing duo<br />

of Meg Howrey and Christina Lynch. Howrey is a former<br />

dancer with the Jo rey II and the winner of an Ovation<br />

Award. She is the author of the novels The Cranes Dance<br />

and Blind Sight and lives in Los Angeles. Lynch is a television<br />

writer and former Milan correspondent for W magazine.<br />

She lives near Sequoia National Park in California.<br />

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<strong>Penguin</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2013</strong><br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> <strong>Books</strong><br />

Letter from the Publisher 3<br />

January 6<br />

Bestsellers and Gifts 29<br />

February 34<br />

March 48<br />

April 72<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> ClAssiCs<br />

January 96<br />

February 100<br />

Halloween Favorites 106<br />

March 108<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> Classics Deluxe Editions 114<br />

April 116<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> BACklist<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> authors’ upcoming and backlist titles 129<br />

index 138<br />

Review Copy information 141<br />

ordering information 143<br />

A ★ after a title indicates that it is also available as a <strong>Penguin</strong> Audio.


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CongRAtulAtions to ouR 2012 PulitzeR PRize winneRs<br />

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John lewis gAddis<br />

George F. Kennan<br />

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Biography<br />

978-0-14-312215-9 $22.00<br />

Available in paperback 8/28/12<br />

“ This may be the most long-awaited single volume biography ever. . . .<br />

An epic work—probing, engrossing, occasionally revelatory—<br />

but also a well-timed one.” —The New York Times<br />

“ Gaddis has written with care and elegance, and he has produced a<br />

biography whose fineness is worthy of its subject.” —The New Yorker<br />

MAnning MARABle<br />

Malcolm X ★<br />

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in History<br />

978-0-14-312032-2 $18.00<br />

“ Marable brings a lifetime of study to this biography,<br />

which is the crowning achievement of a<br />

magnificent career.” —Henry Louis Gates, Jr.<br />

Coming in July 2012: Malcolm X (Enhanced Edition)<br />

This amplified e-book delves further into the life and times of<br />

Malcolm X and includes:<br />

n Archival footage of Malcolm X<br />

n Video of Manning Marable’s lectures and interviews on Malcolm X<br />

n An interactive map of Harlem<br />

n A featurette on the making of the book with interviews with the<br />

book’s editors and chief researchers, as well as Marable’s family<br />

See p. 100 for The Portable Malcolm X Reader from <strong>Penguin</strong> Classics.


Dear <strong>Books</strong>ellers,<br />

Thank you so much for all you do for <strong>Penguin</strong> <strong>Books</strong>. I want to take this opportunity to point out just<br />

a few of the many titles in our <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2013</strong> season that I hope will tempt your customers and get the<br />

year off to a very strong start.<br />

First, I want to mention an original novel, City of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyte. We’ve decided to<br />

publish at the end of November given the enormous amount of enthusiasm in house! Perfect for fans<br />

of A Discovery of Witches, this “rom-com” paranormal suspense novel set in Prague is destined to<br />

entertain many readers and will be a great holiday gift!<br />

Other December titles include Daniel Klein’s Travels with Epicurus, a witty and accessible meditation<br />

on old age that will be published in a delightful small hardcover format, and Daniel Ladinsky’s The<br />

Purity of Desire: 100 Poems of Rumi, a deluxe trade paperback original—both perfect for gift-giving.<br />

January highlights include reprints of Dave Isay’s All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps (in time<br />

for Valentine’s Day), Cristina Alger’s The Darlings, and Gary Marcus’s Guitar Zero.<br />

February brings a second <strong>Penguin</strong> Original in translation from the New York Times bestseller<br />

Ludmilla Petrushevskaya, There Once Lived a Girl Who Seduced Her Sister’s Husband, and He Hanged<br />

Himself—a superb anti–Valentine’s Day book!—and the reprint of the hugely successful Bringing Up<br />

Bébé by Pamela Druckerman.<br />

In March we are excited about two international fiction Originals. Linda Olsson, the author of the<br />

bestselling Astrid & Veronika, will publish her third novel, The Memory of Love, and Gerbrand<br />

Bakker, winner of the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, will be published by <strong>Penguin</strong><br />

for the first time with Ten White Geese. Big leads in nonfiction include Elaine Pagels’s bestselling<br />

Revelations and Jon Gertner’s The Idea Factory.<br />

April will see the publication of Benjamin Lytal’s stunning debut novel, A Map of Tulsa, and in<br />

nonfiction, the reprint of Blaine Harden’s extraordinary bestseller about North Korea, Escape from<br />

Camp 14.<br />

<strong>Penguin</strong> has always loved mysteries, and I am happy to have new novels from bestselling authors<br />

Andrea Camilleri (his fifteenth Inspector Montalbano mystery, The Dance of the Seagull) and Philip<br />

Kerr (his eighth Bernie Gunther novel, Prague Fatale). Also on the list are four reprints that are each<br />

the first outing in a series: Thomas Caplan’s The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen, Chris Morgan Jones’s<br />

The Silent Oligarch, Keith McCafferty’s The Royal Wulff Murders, and Nicci French’s Blue Monday.<br />

I hope you will get a chance to read some of these marvelous books.<br />

With all good wishes,<br />

Kathryn Court, President and Publisher of <strong>Penguin</strong> <strong>Books</strong><br />

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Travels with Epicurus<br />

A Journey to a Greek Island in Search of an Authentic Old Age<br />

Daniel Klein<br />

Daniel Klein journeys to the Greek island Hydra to discover<br />

the secrets of aging happily. Drawing on the lives<br />

of his Greek friends, as well as philosophers ranging from<br />

Epicurus to Sartre, Klein learns to appreciate old age as<br />

a distinct and extraordinarily valuable stage of life. He<br />

uncovers simple pleasures that are uniquely available late<br />

in life, as well as headier pleasures that only a mature mind<br />

can fully appreciate. A travel book, a witty and accessible<br />

meditation, and an optimistic guide to living well, Travels<br />

with Epicurus is a delightful jaunt to the Aegean and<br />

through the terrain of old age led by a droll philosopher.<br />

A perfect gift book for the holidays, this little treasure is<br />

sure to please longtime fans of Plato and a Platypus Walk<br />

into a Bar and garner new ones, young and old.<br />

dAniel klein is the coauthor<br />

(with Thomas Cathcart) of the international<br />

bestseller Plato and a Platypus Walk into<br />

a Bar and Heidegger and a Hippo Walk<br />

Through Those Pearly Gates. The author or<br />

coauthor of thirty other books, including The<br />

Half-Jewish Book, the Elvis Presley mystery<br />

series (Kill Me Tender, Blue Suede Clues),<br />

and the award-winning novel The History<br />

of Now, Klein holds a degree in philosophy<br />

from Harvard University and lives in Western<br />

Massachusetts with his wife, Freke Vuijst.<br />

Praise for Plato and a Platypus Walk<br />

into a Bar:<br />

“ I laughed, I learned, I loved it.”<br />

—Roy Blount, Jr.<br />

“ An extraordinary read you’ll want<br />

to share with as many people as possible.<br />

It’s a funny-bone tickler with teeth.”<br />

—Orlando Sentinel<br />

“A hoot.” —Chicago Sun-Times<br />

“ A sprightly crash course in philosophy . . . both<br />

enlightening and laugh-out-loud funny.”<br />

—Bas Bleu<br />

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of Plato and a Platypus travels<br />

to Greece with a suitcase full<br />

of philosophy books, seeking<br />

the best way to achieve a<br />

fulfilling old age<br />

n A gift-size, jacketed hardcover<br />

n Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar was a New York<br />

Times bestseller in hardcover and paperback, selling<br />

more than 450,000 copies, and was translated into 25<br />

languages<br />

n For fans of I Feel Bad about My Neck by Nora Ephron<br />

n Visit platoandaplatypus.com<br />

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new york times bestseller<br />

All There Is<br />

Love Stories from StoryCorps<br />

Dave Isay<br />

In All There Is StoryCorps founder Dave Isay shares<br />

stories of love and marriage from the revolutionary oral<br />

history project, revealing the many remarkable paths<br />

relationships can take.<br />

In these pages we discover that love is found in<br />

unexpected places: a New York tollbooth, a military base<br />

in Iraq, an airport lounge. We encounter love that survives<br />

discrimination, illness, poverty, distance—even death.<br />

Taken together, this powerful collection enriches our<br />

understanding of love and of the strength and resilience<br />

of the human spirit.<br />

dAve isAy is the founder of StoryCorps.<br />

He lives in Brooklyn, New York.<br />

“ A Valentine’s Day gift more meaningful<br />

than any box of chocolates.”<br />

—Entertainment Weekly<br />

“ [A] collection of gems.”<br />

—The Boston Globe<br />

“ Remind[s] us what really matters<br />

most.” —The Christian Science Monitor<br />

“ Love stories for people who don’t read love<br />

stories.” —Publishers Weekly<br />

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StoryCorps, as heard every<br />

Friday on NPR’s Morning Edition<br />

n A New York Times bestseller<br />

n Dave Isay’s other StoryCorps books, Listening Is an<br />

Act of Love and Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from<br />

StoryCorps, were both New York Times bestsellers<br />

n NPR’s Morning Edition has a weekly audience of more<br />

than 13 million listeners<br />

n Isay is the recipient of numerous broadcasting honors,<br />

including 6 Peabody Awards and a MacArthur “Genius”<br />

fellowship<br />

n Publishing in time for Valentine’s Day<br />

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new york times bestseller<br />

Guitar Zero<br />

The Science of Becoming Musical at Any Age<br />

Gary Marcus<br />

For anyone who has ever set out to play a musical<br />

instrument—or wished that they could—Guitar Zero is<br />

an inspiring and fascinating look at the pursuit of music,<br />

the mechanics of the mind, and the surprising rewards<br />

that come from following one’s dreams. Gary Marcus,<br />

whom Steven Pinker describes as “one of the deepest<br />

thinkers in cognitive science,” debunks the popular theory<br />

that there is an innate musical instinct while challenging<br />

the idea that talent is only a myth. From deliberate and<br />

efficient practicing techniques to finding the right music<br />

teacher, Marcus translates his own experience—as well<br />

as reflections from world-renowned musicians—into<br />

practical advice for anyone hoping to become musical or<br />

learn any new skill.<br />

gARy MARCus, described by the<br />

New York Times as “one of the country’s<br />

best known cognitive psychologists,” directs<br />

the Center for Language and Music at New<br />

York University, where he studies language,<br />

music, cognitive development, and evolution.<br />

His previous book, Kluge: The Haphazard<br />

Construction of the Human Mind, was a<br />

New York Times Editors’ Choice pick.<br />

“ [Guitar Zero] is about more than a desire to<br />

shred like Eddie Van Halen. Marcus examines<br />

how our brains are affected by creativity . . .<br />

and how these experiences remain open to all<br />

of us, no matter our age.” —Los Angeles Times<br />

“ Refreshing . . . Guitar Zero is good news.”<br />

—Norman Doidge, The Wall Street Journal<br />

“ An entertaining and enlightening<br />

memoir, filled with insight about music,<br />

learning, and the human mind, by Gary<br />

Marcus, one of the deepest thinkers in<br />

cognitive science.” —Steven Pinker,<br />

New York Times bestselling author of<br />

The Better Angels of Our Nature<br />

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“ Jimi Hendrix meets<br />

Oliver Sacks in this great<br />

new science book.”<br />

—Very Short List<br />

n A New York Times bestseller<br />

n For fans of This Is Your Brain on Music by<br />

Daniel J. Levitin, The Brain That Changes Itself by<br />

Norman Doidge, and Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks<br />

n Visit garymarcus.com, guitarzero.us, and<br />

facebook.com/guitar.zero.book<br />

From Guitar Zero:<br />

Although any number of studies show that the more you<br />

practice, the better you get, startlingly few studies have<br />

asked the critical question, which is what happens when<br />

people of different ages get the same amount of practice.<br />

[ . . . ] I decided to become a guinea pig. I couldn’t force<br />

other adults to practice for 10,000 hours, but I could<br />

experiment on myself : I would see what happened if I<br />

personally devoted myself to music full-time. This is the<br />

story of how I came to distinguish my musical elbow<br />

from my musical derrière.<br />

If someone as tuneless as me could make progress,<br />

perhaps there was hope for anyone.<br />

ISbN 978-0-14-312278-4 $16.00 ($17.00 CAN)<br />

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The Darlings<br />

A Novel<br />

Cristina Alger<br />

Since he married Merrill Darling, daughter of billionaire<br />

financier Carter Darling, attorney Paul Ross has grown<br />

accustomed to all the luxuries of Park Avenue. But a tragic<br />

event is about to catapult the Darling family into the middle<br />

of a massive financial investigation and a red-hot scandal.<br />

Suddenly, Paul must decide where his loyalties really lie.<br />

Debut novelist Cristina Alger is a former analyst<br />

at Goldman Sachs, an attorney, and the daughter of a<br />

Wall Street financier. Drawing on her unique insider’s<br />

perspective, Alger gives us an irresistible glimpse into the<br />

highest echelons of New York society—and a fast-paced<br />

thriller of epic proportions that powerfully echoes Claire<br />

Messud’s The Emperor’s Children and reads like a fictional<br />

Too Big to Fail.<br />

CRistinA AlgeR graduated from<br />

Harvard College and from New York University<br />

Law School. She has worked as an analyst<br />

at Goldman, Sachs & Co. and as an attorney<br />

at Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr. She<br />

lives in New York City.<br />

“ The Darlings moves so fast that it<br />

feels more like a thriller than a social drama.”<br />

—Entertainment Weekly<br />

“ A glimpse from the penthouse down . . .<br />

a complex thriller.” —Tom Rachman,<br />

author of The Imperfectionists<br />

“ A page-turner.” —Good Housekeeping<br />

“ One of the first novels about the 2008 financial<br />

crisis. . . . Alger has what it takes, in the<br />

best sense.” —USA Today<br />

“ Utterly compelling . . . as knowing<br />

about family as it is about money and social<br />

status.” —Jay McInerney, author of<br />

The Good Life<br />

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A Bonfire of the Vanities<br />

for our times, by an author<br />

who “knows her way around<br />

21st-century wealth and power”<br />

(The Wall Street Journal)<br />

n A Los Angeles Times bestseller<br />

n Cristina Alger has been profiled in the New York Times<br />

style section<br />

n For readers of The Bonfire of the Vanities, Rules of<br />

Civility, and The Emperor’s Children<br />

n Visit cristinaalger.com and<br />

facebook.com/cristina.alger<br />

From The Darlings:<br />

Manhattan children were like armadillos: sharp-clawed<br />

and thick-skinned, deceptively quick moving. They had<br />

to be. Manhattan was a Darwinian environment: only<br />

the strongest survived. The weak, the nice, the naive, the<br />

ones who smiled at passersby on the sidewalk, they all<br />

got weeded out.<br />

The ones who stayed long enough to raise children<br />

were the tough ones, the tenacious ones, the goaloriented<br />

ones, the gold-digging ones, the deal-closing<br />

ones, the “kill or be killed” ones, the “whatever it takes”<br />

ones. They looked out for themselves and slept with one<br />

eye open.<br />

ISbN 978-0-14-312275-3 $16.00 ($17.00 CAN)<br />

Fiction 5 1 /2 x 8 7 /16 352 pp. Rights: W00<br />

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ISbN 978-0-14-312288-3 $18.00 ($19.00 CAN)<br />

History/Biography 5 1 /2 x 8 7 /16 480 pp.<br />

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“ [Barry is] a one of<br />

the most talented<br />

of the distinguished<br />

nonacademic historians<br />

writing today.”<br />

—Gordon Wood, The New<br />

York Review of <strong>Books</strong><br />

A revelatory look at the separation of<br />

church and state in America—from the<br />

New York Times bestselling author of<br />

The Great Influenza<br />

new york times bestseller<br />

Roger Williams and<br />

the Creation of the<br />

American Soul<br />

Church, State, and the Birth of Liberty<br />

John M. Barry<br />

For four hundred years, Americans have fought over the proper<br />

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n A New York Times bestseller<br />

n Freedom of religion and individual rights are perennial hot topics<br />

n For readers of Ron Chernow and Nathaniel Philbrick<br />

John M. BARRy is the author of the New York Times bestselling<br />

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Memoir 5 5 /16 x 8 352 pp. Rights: C00<br />

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The highest-rated drama in BBC history<br />

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Call the Midwife<br />

A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times<br />

Jennifer Worth<br />

Fans of Downton Abbey and Mad Men have something to look<br />

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All In<br />

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ISbN 978-0-14-312306-4 $16.00 ($17.00 CAN)<br />

Fiction 5 5 /16 x 8 320 pp. Rights: W00<br />

Pub history: Viking hc 978-0-670-02319-6<br />

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From the Memoirs of a<br />

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A Novel<br />

Alex Gilvarry<br />

Unveiling two of America’s most illusory realms—high fashion<br />

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ISbN 978-0-14-312287-6 $16.00 ($17.00 CAN)<br />

Fiction 5 1 /2 x 8 7 /16 400 pp. Rights: W00<br />

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“ The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen will<br />

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The Spy Who Jumped<br />

Off the Screen<br />

A Novel<br />

Thomas Caplan<br />

Introduction by President Bill Clinton<br />

A stunningly clever idea lies at the heart of this sophisticated<br />

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Vanished Kingdoms<br />

The Rise and Fall of States and Nations<br />

Norman Davies<br />

From the bestselling author of Europe: A History comes a uniquely<br />

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Angelology★<br />

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Angelopolis<br />

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Jared Diamond<br />

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“ A magisterial effort packed with insight and<br />

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Coming from Viking in January <strong>2013</strong>—<br />

The World Until Yesterday<br />

In his multimillion-copy bestsellers Guns, Germs, and Steel and Collapse,<br />

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Chocolat<br />

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Robert Greene<br />

The 48 Laws of Power<br />

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n Winner of the Orange Prize for fiction<br />

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On Beauty<br />

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n A New York Times bestseller<br />

Ray Kurzweil<br />

The Singularity Is Near<br />

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“ An important, pathbreaking<br />

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new york times bestseller<br />

Revelations<br />

Visions, Prophecy, and Politics in the Book of Revelation<br />

Elaine Pagels<br />

The strangest book of the New Testament, filled with<br />

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Andrea Camilleri<br />

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The Memory of Love<br />

A Novel<br />

Linda Olsson<br />

Fans of Astrid & Veronika and Chris Cleave’s Little Bee<br />

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Marion Flint, a woman in her early fifties, has spent<br />

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new york times bestseller<br />

The Idea Factory<br />

Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation<br />

Jon Gertner<br />

In this first full portrait of the legendary Bell Labs,<br />

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Jon geRtneR grew up in Berkeley<br />

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Karlsson had stopped taking notes.<br />

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Gerbrand Bakker<br />

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JOHN LE CARRé<br />

The Looking Glass War<br />

A George Smiley Novel<br />

It would have been an easy job for the Circus: to<br />

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The British Embassy in Bonn is up in arms. Her Majesty’s<br />

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James R. Barrett<br />

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John Leonard<br />

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A Map of Tulsa<br />

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Benjamin Lytal<br />

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The Divine Comedy<br />

Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso<br />

Dante Alighieri<br />

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Letters to a Young Poet<br />

Rainer Maria Rilke<br />

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Bellow, Saul 96<br />

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