Child of Wealth, Child of Poverty

Child of a copper baron, child of poor miners, the same world, and yet not the same at all. Journey with two young women into the past.

An epic that runs from the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 to the ore and industry of the 1930s, “American Copper” is a novel not only about America’s hidden desire for regeneration through violence but about the ultimate cost of forgiveness and the demands of atonement.

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Laugh, Cry, Cringe and Cheer with Memoir

Take a peek into someone’s window, it’s okay, they want you to see. Will it be a window to another world or a mirror?

In “Furiously Happy,” #1 “New York Times” bestselling author Jenny Lawson explores her lifelong battle with mental illness. A hysterical, ridiculous book about crippling depression and anxiety? That sounds like a “terrible” idea.

But terrible ideas are what Jenny does best.

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