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Life and Death at Windover by Rachel K. Wentz (2000s)
I heard the author speak at a Mensa Gathering in Florida and had to buy the book to read in more detail. I did miss a couple of the pictures she had used in her lecture, but that is made up for by the breadth of insights into the archeological process. The topic is presented first with lively portraits of the many people involved in the discovery of the pond cemetary and its careful excavation and analysis. Then, in brief, easy to understand chapters the results of the analysis are explained in terms understandable to everybody. -- Added by Konsulentin on 02/16/2014

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The Secret Language of Girlfriends
The Secret Language of Girlfriends by Karen Neuburger (2000s)
Actually, I cannot recommend this book very highly. I am not particulary interested in the kind of things the author needs her "Broad Squad" (horrible term) to do with, no spas, fancy shoes, Miss America pagents. But the recommendation of woman to woman dynamics are good and some of the stories are heartwarming. -- Added by Konsulentin on 01/20/2014

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No More Mr. Nice Guy!
No More Mr. Nice Guy! by Robert A. Glover (2000s)
This book is a gender reversal of the sort of things the authors of the women's movement wrote in the 60s. Our society neeeds whole people of both genders. -- Added by Konsulentin on 01/20/2014

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The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains
The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr (2000s)
I read it for a book discussion, but it is a must for every thinking individual. -- Added by Konsulentin on 01/19/2014

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Lose Weight! Get Laid! Find God!
Lose Weight! Get Laid! Find God! by Benrik (2000s)
No guarentees this will work, but it is mostly fun to read. Of course, the funky layout makes reading every word difficult to impossible (think light yellow micro-type on a red background) -- Added by Konsulentin on 01/14/2014

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Maxine: Yelling It Like It Is
Maxine: Yelling It Like It Is by John M. Wagner (2000s)
It was clever, but not to be read at one sitting as it is actually quite repetitive in style if not in substance. -- Added by Konsulentin on 01/12/2014

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