catdesk: (Old books)
Cinephemera : archives, ephemeral cinema, and new screen histories in Canada, edited by Zoƫ Druick and Gerda Cammaer.

Miss Don't Touch Me : the complete story, by Hubert and Kerascoet.

The thief-taker hangings : how Daniel Defoe, Jonathan Wild, and Jack Sheppard captivated London and created the celebrity criminal, by Aaron Skirboll.

When all the lands were sea : a photographic journey into the lives of the Marsh Arabs of Iraq, by Tor Eigeland.

Word for word : a memoir, by Lilianna Lungina.

City of endless night, by Milo Hastings.

Sophia : princess, suffragette, revolutionary, by Anita Anand.

Ardor, by Roberto Calasso.

The Medieval Nile : route, navigation, and landscape in Islamic Egypt, by John P. Cooper.

The almost nearly perfect people : behind the myth of the Scandinavian utopia, by Michael Booth.

Ma, he sold me for a few cigarettes and Ma, I'm gettin meself a new mammy, both by Martha Long.

Galileo's middle finger : heretics, activists and the search for justice in science, by Alice Dreger.

America's mistress : the life and times of Eartha Kitt, by John L. Williams.

The lost Pre-Raphaelite : the secret life and loves of Robert Bateman, by Nigel Daly.

Republic of dirt : a return to Woefield Farm, by Susan Juby.

Ordinary light : a memoir, by Tracy K. Smith.

Where the nights are twice as long : love letters of Canadian poets, edited by David Eso and Jeanette Lynes.

Real sweet : more than 80 crave-worthy treats made with natural sugars, by Shauna Sever.

Black ice : the Val James story, by Valmore James and John Gallagher.

Mike on crime : true tales of law & disorder, by Mike McIntyre.

Dangerous spirits : the Windigo in myth and history, by Shawn Smallman.

A muse and a maze : writing as puzzle, mystery, and magic, by Peter Turchi.

Building sanctuary : the movement to support Vietnam War resisters in Canada, 1965-73, by Jessica Squires.

Crime seen : from patrol cop to profiler, my stories from behind the yellow tape, by Kate Lines.

The mad boy, Lord Berners, my grandmother and me : an aristocratic family, a high society scandal and an extraordinary legacy, by Sofka Zinovieff.

Eye of the beholder : Johannes Vermeer, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, and the reinvention of seeing, by Laura J. Snyder.
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