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Paddy's Lament, Ireland 1846-1847: Prelude to Hatred
Thomas Gallagher
Pivot: The Only Move That Matters Is Your Next One
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When in French: Love in a Second Language
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Beyond the Job Description: How Managers and Employees Can Navigate the True Demands of the Job
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Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing
David Hubel, Margaret S. Livingstone
Achieving Your Potential As A Photographer: A Creative Companion and Workbook
Harold Davis
Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age
Sherry Turkle
Picture Perfect Practice: A Self-Training Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Taking World-Class Photographs (Voices That Matter)
Roberto Valenzuela
Man's Search for Meaning
Viktor E. Frankl, Harold S. Kushner
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Death Comes to Pemberley

Death Comes to Pemberley - P.D. James A disappointment, I admit. I had high hopes. None of Jane Austen's wit. Elizabeth and Darcy were so stiff and full of duty and concerns about status. I admit to wanting to know what happened, but wasn't really satisfied. I especially disliked long sections of explanations, alternating with brief sections of dialogue. The rhythm of the book was jarring.