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APPEALING TO THE PRURIENT INTEREST

The Naked Employee: How Technology Is Compromising Workplace Privacy

Frederick S. Lane III

(AMACOM Books)

The Naked Cartoonist: A New Way to Enhance Your Creativity

Robert Mankoff

(Black Dog & Leventhal)

Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science

Charles J. Wheelan

(W.W. Norton)

Marcel Duchamp: The Bachelor Stripped Bare

Alice Goldfarb Marquis

(MFA Publications)

MYSTERY NOVELS THAT SOUND LIKE COOKBOOKS

Not Quite Kosher

Stuart Kaminsky

(Forge)

Some Bitter Taste

Magdalen Nabb

(Soho Press)

The Righteous Cut

Robert Skinner

(Poisoned Pen Press)

How to Cook a Tart

Nina Killham

(Bloomsbury)

OUR FATHERS, OUR SELVES

Lost in America: A Journey With My Father

Sherwin B. Nuland

(Knopf)

The Next Better Place: A Father and Son on the Road

Michael Keith

(Algonquin Books)

Chasing the Hawk: Looking for My Father, Finding Myself

Andrew Sheehan

(Delta)

Tarzan, My Father

Johnny Weissmuller Jr with William Reed and W. Craig Reed

(ECW Press)

TOPICS NEVER TO BRING UP WITH AUTHORS AT COCKTAIL PARTIES

Glass: A World History

Alan MacFarlane and Gerry Martin

(University of Chicago Press)

Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea

Andrew F. Smith

(University of Illinois Press)

The Frozen-Water Trade: A True Story

Gavin Weightman

(Hyperion)

Artificial Sunshine: A Social History of Lighting

Maureen Dillon

(The National Trust)

AND, UM . . .

Clown Paintings

Diane Keaton

(PowerHouse Books)

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