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This July 4, New York Journal of Books features outstanding titles that represent America.
America...the brave...the beautiful..the divided..the evolving, New York Journal of Books has reviewed myriad titles written about this great country, its people, politics and culture. This week's homepage theme is BOOK AMERICA 2012.
Dust to Dust: A Memoir by Benjamin Busch
Little America: The War Within the War For Afghanistan by Rajiv Chandrasekaran http://nyjournalofbooks.com/
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Bruce Springsteen and the Promise of Rock 'n' Roll by Marc Dolan
Midnight Sun Arctic Moon: Mapping the Wild Heart of Alaska by Mary Albanese
A People's History of Baseballby Mitchell Nathanson
Flagrant Conduct by Dale Carpenter
The Heart and the Fist by Eric Greitens
While you're at http://nyjournalofbooks.com take a moment to explore the sweeping range of insightful reviews written by our panel of professional writers. Relax and browse, learn about current titles, and investigate older ones that you may have missed. New York Journal of Books covers books of all types. We review the big titles, and make an extra effort to cover those less publicized gems from the small independent presses.
At New York Journal of Books' our goal is to create a discussion between the reviewer and the reader and to shape a safe place in which authors can thrive in an oxygen-rich atmosphere of literary appreciation. Let us help you find your next read. And while you are hunting that perfect book for your holiday vacation, remember to Book America .