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Dr. Togba Nah Tipoteh Publishes Two New Books
Monrovia - As part of his 75th Birth Anniversary Celebrations, called The Diamond in Tipoteh, two books written by Prof. Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh are now published. The first book, titled Bite and Blow, is about Growing Up in Poverty and Growing Up out of ...

10 Books Every Man Should Read Before He Turns 30
Books were once a key part in forming one's personality. Novels were a serious issue and the used to convey real messages. Recognizing the value of books in forming young man's personality, we propose 10 books every man should read before he turns 30 ...

Books|Review: In 'Do Not Say We Have Nothing,' a Portrait of Souls Snuffed Out
The book impresses in many senses: It stamps the memory with an afterimage; it successfully explores larger ideas about politics and art (the mind is never still while reading it); it has the satisfying, epic sweep of a 19th-century Russian novel ...

6 mind-blowing mystery books
When James' heroine tracks down her biological parents, the truth comes as a shock: Her mother is in jail for killing a child Philippa's father had raped. And she's about to be released…. The heart of a mystery novel typically is a whodunit, but the ...

Books: New and noteworthy
USA TODAY's Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1. The Whistler by John Grisham (Doubleday, fiction, on sale Oct. 25). What it's about: In Florida, lawyer Lacy Stoltz investigates a claim that a corrupt judge has gotten rich ...

A Reading Guide for Those in Despair About American Politics
Books may seem like small comfort. But in a time like this, when it's hard to understand how American culture became so hate-filled, reading is probably the best possible option—to get off the internet, pick up a book, and think about how the country ...

SundayReview|The Books My Dad Won't Read? Mine
“I gotta read your books now, don't I?” He didn't mean because I might die. His excuse had always been that he was too busy to read my books, that his work as an electrical inspector for the city left him too drained. The double whammy of his having ...

43 life-changing books that I revisit again and again
Oh my god, another list of books I should read! I can't help it, though. These are the books I return to when I need help, guidance, solace in my life. I'm going to cheat. I'm not going to look at my Kindle to see what I've read. Forgive me if I get a ...

Three New Books to Step Up Your Game at Work (and in Life)
The globe-trotting New York Times columnist's most famous book was about the world being flat. This one is all about the world being fast. Globalization, along with breakneck technological and environmental shifts, is driving change at a faster pace ...

The New Dirk Gently Show Is Nothing Like the Books, But It's Still a Blast
Yes, the BBC America show premiering tonight is based on a book duology by Adams, who also created the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series. But other than the basic concept—a “holistic detective” named Dirk who breezes around getting into weird ...

Ask a bookseller: Left Bank Books in St. Louis
Every week, The Thread checks in with booksellers around the country about their favorite books of the moment. This week, we spoke with Shane Mullen of Left Bank Books in St. Louis. Kea Wilson joins the grand tradition of booksellers-turned-authors ...

Weekend picks for book lovers
What should you read this weekend? USA TODAY's picks for book lovers include a new fiirst novel, The Wangs vs. the World. The Wangs vs. the World by Jade Chang; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 368 pp.; fiction. This much is clear from the first page of Jade ...

Design Options for Self-Publishers
Book design may be the most self-effacing form of design anywhere. After all, its mission is to so perfectly smooth the interaction between author and reader that the designer disappears from the equation. If a book is readable, enjoyable, easy to ...

Book Sales' Shapiro Retires After 52 Years
Shapiro, who as long ago as 2000 was called the sage of the bargain-book business by PW, was recruited to Book Sales in 1964 by his brother-in-law and helped grow the company into one of country's largest bargain-book publishers—one that sold ...

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