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  • One Child at a Timeby Julian Sher

    Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 19.00

    From a renowned investigative reporter, the true story behind a horrifying Internet abuse epidemic–and the heroes who are out to stop it. The Internet has helped make child abuse terrifyingly common–it is the new face of crime in the 21st century. There are tens, probably hundreds of thousands of children whose sexual abuse has been electronically... more...

  • 23 Days of Terrorby Angie Cannon

    Pocket Books 2010; US$ 6.99

    In October 2002, a nation still recovering from the 9/11 attacks found itself under siege once more -- by an unseen, unknown, and seemingly unstoppable enemy. For 23 days, the area around Washington, D.C., was the hunting ground for a pair of serial snipers who struck at random, killing from afar, only to vanish time and time again. With each attack,... more...

  • Fire In the Eastby Paul Bracken

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 10.40

    On May 11, 1998, India began testing nuclear weapons. The world will never be the same. The Indian test of five atomic bombs, and the Pakistani tests that answered a few weeks later, marked the end of the arms control system that has kept the world from nuclear war for half a century. As Paul Bracken, professor of management and political science... more...

  • War and Moral Dissonanceby Peter A. French

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 28.00

    This collection of essays examines the moral, psychological and philosophical dilemmas posed by war. more...

  • The Wonderful Roomby Bryan Woolley

    Wings Press 2010; US$ 9.95

    Following the life of journalist Bryan Woolley, this lively account paints a colorful and accurate picture of newspaper reporting on the Mexican border 50 years ago. From Woolley’s initiation at the El Paso Times to his smoking cigars with Andres Segovia and his pulling on the pant leg of Louie Armstrong to get an interview, this is the tale of... more...

  • Mississippi Sissyby Kevin Sessums

    St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 11.90

    Mississippi Sissy is the stunning memoir from Kevin Sessums, a celebrity journalist who grew up scaring other children, hiding terrible secrets, pretending to be Arlene Frances and running wild in the South. As he grew up in Forest, Mississippi, befriended by the family maid, Mattie May, he became a young man who turned the word "sissy" on its... more...

  • Radical Peaceby William T. Hathaway

    Trine Day 2010; US$ 11.99

    This symphony of voicesa loosely united network of war resisters, deserters, and peace activists in Afghanistan, Europe, Iraq, and North Americavividly recounts the actions they have personally taken to end war and create a peaceful society. Frustrated, angered, and even saddened by the juggernaut of aggression that creates more counter-violence... more...

  • The Antelope's Strategyby Jean Hatzfeld; Linda Coverdale

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2010; US$ 6.79

    A powerful report on the aftereffects of the genocide in Rwanda—and on the near impossibility of reconciliation between survivors and killers In two acclaimed previous works, the noted French journalist Jean Hatzfeld offered a profound, harrowing witness to the unimaginable pain and horror in the mass killings of one group of people by another.... more...

  • An Accidental Sportswriterby Robert Lipsyte

    HarperCollins 2011; US$ 11.24

    Celebrated sports journalist Robert Lipsyte—the New York Times’ longtime lead sports columnist—mines pure gold from his long and very eventful career to bring readers a memoir like no other. An enthralling book, as much about personal relationships and the culture of sports as the athletes and teams themselves, An Accidental Sportswriter interweaves... more...

  • The Grandest Challengeby Abdallah Daar; Peter A. Singer

    Doubleday Canada 2011; US$ 22.00

    The health-sciences equivalent of Thomas Friedman's bestseller The World is Flat , this inspiring and revelatory book by two of today's finest scientists shows how advances in global health will transform lives -- particularly in the developing world -- over the next decade. The Grandest Challenge begins with a simple premise: that every person's... more...