First Light by Al Lamanda [PDF]

First Light by Al Lamanda [PDF]

Publisher: Five Star (July 16, 2014) John Bekker returns in First Light to face the toughest challenge of his career. Hired by a man dying of cancer to locate the baby girl he gave up for adoption forty years ago, Bekker discovers the baby wasn’t adopted but sold to a New York couple named Gertz. […]

Argentinian Street Food by Enrique Zanoni [PDF]

Argentinian Street Food by Enrique Zanoni [PDF]

Publisher: Murdoch Books (July 3, 2014) Bringing you authentic recipes that sit at the heart of the Argentina’s cuisine, Argentinian Street Food is divided into chapters that focus on different aspects of Argentinian food and how best to recreate it at home. There are chapters with traditional recipes for empanadas stuffed with meat, fish, cheese, […]

Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape by Natasha Egan [PDF]

Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape by Natasha Egan [PDF]

Publisher: Radius Books; Pck Har/Pa edition (July 31, 2014) For more than a decade, Victoria Sambunaris (born 1964) has crossed the United States with her five-by-seven wooden field camera and sheets of color negative film. Traveling seemingly every road nationwide, Sambunaris has described herself as having “an unrelenting curiosity to understand the American landscape and […]

Zombies Have Issues by Greg Stones [PDF]

Zombies Have Issues by Greg Stones [PDF]

Publisher: Chronicle Books (July 15, 2014) As we know from Greg Stones’s first breakout hit book, zombies hate stuff. It’s less understood that the undead also struggle with the stuff of everyday life usually navigated by the breathing. Zombies have issues with yoga, bad hair days, chopsticks, the morning commute, touch-screen technology, and more. They […]

Yank Bomber Boys in Norfolk: A Photographic Record of the USAAF in the Second World War by Peter W Bodle [PDF]

Yank Bomber Boys in Norfolk: A Photographic Record of the USAAF in the Second World War by Peter W Bodle [PDF]

Publisher: Fonthill Media (July 19, 2014) During the Second World War, thousands of American servicemen were uprooted from the US and deposited in rural England and immediately thrust unceremoniously into the front line of the largest conflict the world has ever seen. Fortunately, many remembered to pack small cameras in kitbags and snapped photographs of […]

In Remembrance of Emmett Till: Regional Stories and Media Responses to the Black Freedom Struggle by Darryl Mace [PDF]

In Remembrance of Emmett Till: Regional Stories and Media Responses to the Black Freedom Struggle by Darryl Mace [PDF]

Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky (June 10, 2014) On August 28, 1955, fourteen-year-old Chicago native Emmett Till was brutally beaten to death for allegedly flirting with a white woman at a grocery store in Money, Mississippi. Roy Bryant and J. W. Milam were acquitted of murdering Till and dumping his body in the Tallahatchie […]