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From the Cataloguer's Desktop

The Iranian Labyrinth: Journeys Through Theocratic Iran and Its Furies, by Dilip Hiro.

Manga design, by Masano Amano.

Quilted planet : a sourcebook of quilts from around the world, Celia Eddy.

At Day's Close: Night in Times Past, by A. Roger Ekirch.

India : a civilization of differences : the ancient tradition of universal tolerance, by Alain Daniélou.

The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body, by Steven Mithen.

I Wanna Be Sedated: 30 Writers on Parenting Teenagers, edited by Faith Conlon and Gail Hudson.

The mammoth book of King Arthur, by Mike Ashley.

Improv wisdom : don't prepare, just show up, by Patricia Ryan Madson.

Clever Maids: The Secret History of the Grimm Fairy Tales, by Valerie Paradiž.

The right stuff, illustrated edition, by Tom Wolfe.

Batik: Design, Style & History, by Fiona Kerlogue.

Action plan for osteoporosis, by Kerri Winters-Stone.

Action plan for menopause, by Barbara Bushman and Janice Clark Young.

David, by Antonio Pinelli.

Art textile of the world series, by various authors.

Midnight Assassin: A Murder in America's Heartland, by Patricia L. Bryan and Thomas Wolf.

The tender bar : a memoir, by J.R. Moehringer.

The push man, and other stories, by Yoshihiro Tatsumi.

A year in the life of William Shakespeare : 1599, by James Shapiro.

The long road home, by G.B. Trudeau.

Hunger : an unnatural history, by Sharman Apt Russell.

Why do men have nipples? : hundreds of questions you'd only ask a doctor after your third martini, by Mark Leyner and Billy Goldberg.

The complete Peter Cushing, by David Miller.

28 days : what your cycle reveals about your love life, moods, and potential, by Gabrielle Lichterman.

Pig perfect : encounters with remarkable swine and some great ways to cook them, by Peter Kaminsky.

Filtering the news : essays on Herman and Chomsky's propaganda model, by Jeffery Klaehn.

French warship crews, 1792-1805 : from the French revolution to Trafalgar, by Terry Crowdy.

Bug busters : poison-free pest controls for your house and garden, by Bernice Lifton.

Icebox desserts : 100 cool recipes for icebox cakes, pies, parfaits, mousses, puddings, and more, by Lauren Chattman.

The cardinal's hat : money, ambition, and everyday life in the court of a Borgia prince, by Mary Hollingsworth.

Joy at work, by Dennis W. Blake.

This is my best : great writers share their favorite work, edited by Retha Powers and Kathy Kiernan.

Comfortable chaos : forget "balance" and make career and family choices that work for you, by Carolyn S. Harvey and Beth E. Herrild.

Paintings in the Musée D'Orsay, edited by Serge Lemoine.

Ningyo : the art of the Japanese doll, by Alan Scott Pate.

Think big, act small : how America's best performing companies keep the start-up spirit alive, by Jason Jennings.

A field guide to getting lost, by Rebecca Solnit.

The Last Days of Henry VIII: Conspiracies, Treason and Heresy at the Court of the Dying Tyrant, by Robert Hutchinson.

A history of the world in 6 glasses, by Tom Standage.

Foreign babes in Beijing : behind the scenes of a new China, by Rachel DeWoskin.

Hard sell : the evolution of a Viagra salesman, by Jamie Reidy.

Green clean : the environmentally sound guide to cleaning your home, by Linda Mason Hunter and Mikki Halpin.

Satisfaction : the science of finding true fulfillment, by Gregory Burns.
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