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05.19.15

Book of the Day: Days of Rage: America's Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence, by Bryan Burrough

Posted By: RebeccaOppenheimer

If you have even a casual interest in mid-20th-century American history, you've probably heard of the Weather Underground, the violent spin-off of Students for a Democratic Society whose alumni include Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn and Mark Rudd.

But how about the Black Liberation Army? The FALN? The Family (not to be confused with the Manson family)? And, though you've probably heard of the Patty Hearst kidnapping, how much do you really know about her captors, the Symbionese Liberation Army?

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05.18.15

Ivy Bestsellers - May 18, 2015

Posted By: RebeccaOppenheimer

Kate Atkinson's latest overtakes The Wright Brothers. Maybe the bird on the cover helped? And don't miss Ruth Reichl, author of our #3 bestseller, when she appears at the Pratt Central Library on Wednesday!

A God in Ruins, by Kate Atkinson

The Wright Brothers, by David McCullough

Delicious!, by Ruth Reichl

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05.16.15

Book of the Day: Home, by Carson Ellis

Posted By: RebeccaOppenheimer

Rona London reviews her pick for Book of the Day:

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05.13.15

Book of the Day: GBH, by Ted Lewis

Posted By: RebeccaOppenheimer

George Fowler, the hero/villain of Ted Lewis' newly reissued GBH, makes Tom Ripley look like a harmless social climber and Patrick Bateman a lost little boy.

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05.12.15

Ivy Bestsellers - May 11, 2015

Posted By: RebeccaOppenheimer

David McCullough pilots his new title, The Wright Brothers, to the top of our bestseller list. How long will it remain at that altitude? Watch this space next Monday . . .

The Wright Brothers, by David McCullough

A Spool of Blue Thread, by Anne Tyler

H Is for Hawk, by Helen Macdonald

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