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h e nry h o lt and co january 2017 the true flag theodore roosevelt mark twain and the birth of american empire stephen kinzer the bestselling author of overthrow and the brothers brings to life the forgotten political debate that set america’s interventionist course in the world for the twentieth century and beyond how should the united states act in the world americans cannot decide sometimes we burn with righteous anger launching foreign wars and deposing governments then we retreat—until the cycle begins again histo ry uniteds tat e s 20 thcentu ry henry holt and co 1/24/2017 9781627792165 $28.00 $39.00 can hardcover 320 pages carton qty 20 9.3 in h 6.1 in w 15-20 black-and-white photos in an 8 page insert subrights brit trans 1st ser audio henry holt dram author other available formats ebook isbn 9781627792172 m ar keting author tour to ny dc sf chicago boston national review and feature attention national media attention online promotions and features

january 2017 marketing author events national review and feature attention national media attention online promotions and features american presidents series signed copy sweepstakes goodreads and librarything galley giveaway targeted blog outreach including democrat bio/memoir and history social media campaigns on twitter and facebook library marketing academic marketing advance reader s edition prai se praise for hillary’s turn “tomasky is a clear and concise writer and a smart reporter with a command of the intrigue and history of new york politics and media and he has produced a brisk and breezy recapitulation of the events [leading up to her victory.”—the new york times “michael tomasky writes about new york’s political hothouse and the exotic blooms that flourish therein with grace whimsy intelligence—and with fairness too which isn’t easy.”—joe klein author of primary colors and the natural b iogr aphy autob

h e nry h o lt and co f e b ruary 2017 get well soon history s worst plagues and the heroes who fought them jennifer wright a humorous book about history s worst plagues—from the antonine plague to leprosy to polio—and the heroes who fought them histo ry e s s ays henry holt and co 2/7/2017 9781627797467 $25.00 $35.00 can hardcover 336 pages carton qty 20 8.3 in h 5.5 in w 20-25 black-and-white halftone images throughout subrights brit 1st ser audio henry holt trans dram kuhn projects other available formats ebook isbn 9781627797474 m ar keting author events national review and feature attention national media attention online promotions and features goodreads and librarything galley giveaway targeted blog outreach including history humor and nonfiction social media campaigns on twitter facebook and instagram library marketing advance reader s edition in 1518 in a small town in france frau troffea began dancing and didn’t stop she danced herself to her

h e nry h o lt and co f e b ruary 2017 the clairvoyants a novel karen brown karen brown’s most hypnotic novel to date gothic-inflected psychological suspense that unmasks the secret desires of a young woman with a mystical gift fi ction gothic henry holt and co 2/7/2017 9781627797054 $27.00 $38.00 can hardcover 352 pages carton qty 20 9.3 in h 6.1 in w subrights brit trans henry holt 1st ser audio dram georges borchardt inc other available formats ebook isbn 9781627797061 m ar keting author events national review and feature attention national media attention online promotions and features goodreads and librarything galley giveaway targeted blog outreach including mystery/thriller and fiction social media campaigns on twitter facebook and instagram library marketing advance reader s edition goodreads and facebook advertising aba whitebox mailing on the family homestead by the sea where she grew up martha mary saw ghosts as a young woman she hopes to distance herself

h e nry h o lt and co january 2017 lotus a novel lijia zhang inspired by the secret life of the author s grandmother lotus follows a young woman as she defies her fate and escapes to the city and all it holds for her—be it love danger or destiny surviving by her wits alone lotus charges headlong into the neon lights of shenzhen determined to pull herself out of the gutter and decide her own path she’s different than the other streetwalkers—reserved even defiant lotus holds her secrets behind her red smile fi ction li t e rary henry holt and co 1/10/2017 9781627795661 $27.00 $38.00 can hardcover 384 pages carton qty 20 9.3 in h 6.1 in w subrights brit trans dram kuhn projects 1st ser audio henry holt other available formats ebook isbn 9781627795678 m ar keting national review and feature attention national media attention op-ed campaign online promotions and features goodreads and librarything galley giveaway targeted blog outreach including literary

me tropoli tan books the only language they understand forcing compromise in israel and palestine nathan thrall in a myth-busting analysis of the world s most intractable conflict a star of middle east reporting one of the most important writers in the field the new york times argues that scattered over the territory between the jordan river and the mediterranean sea lie the remnants of failed peace proposals international summits secret negotiations un resolutions and state-building efforts the conventional story is that these well-meaning attempts at peacemaking were repeatedly perhaps terminally thwarted by the use of violence through a rich interweaving of reportage historical narrative and forceful analysis nathan thrall presents a startling counter-history he shows that israelis and palestinians have persistently been marching toward partition but not through the high politics of diplomacy or the incremental building of a palestinian state in fact negotiation collaboration

me tropoli tan books fear city new york s fiscal crisis and the rise of austerity politics kim phillips-fein an epic and riveting history of new york city on the edge of disaster and an anatomy of the politics of austerity that continues to shape the world today when the news broke in 1975 that new york city was on the brink of fiscal collapse few believed it was possible how could the capital of the financial world go bankrupt and yet the city was billions of dollars maybe twelve maybe fourteen no one even really knew how much in the red bankers and politicians alike seized upon the situation as evidence that social liberalism which new york famously exemplified was doomed to failure and promised apocalyptic scenarios if the city didn t fire thousands of workers freeze wages and slash social services in this vivid gripping account historian kim phillips-fein tells the remarkable story of the crisis that engulfed the city forever transforming the largest metropolis in the united

apri l 2017 marketing national review and feature attention national media attention op-ed campaign national advertising campaign including print and digital online promotions and features goodreads and librarything galley giveaway targeted blog outreach including economic political history business urban planning and nyc social media campaigns on twitter facebook library marketing academic marketing advance reader s edition prai se praise for invisible hands the businessmen s crusade against the new deal a compelling and readable story of resistance to the new economic order the boston globe an indispensable history the new yorker history united states 2 0 th century prescient frank rich the new york times metropolitan books 4/18/2017 9780805095258 $30.00 $42.00 can hardcover 384 pages carton qty 20 9.3 in h 6.1 in w 1 lb wt 30 b&w illustrations subrights brit trans 1st ser dram the wylie agency audio metropolitan

me tropoli tan books lenin on the train catherine merridale a gripping meticulously researched account of lenin’s fateful 1917 rail journey from zurich to petrograd where he ignited the russian revolution and forever changed the world in april 1917 as the russian tsar nicholas ii’s abdication sent shockwaves across war-torn europe the future leader of the bolshevik revolution vladimir lenin was far away exiled in zurich when the news reached him lenin immediately resolved to return to petrograd and lead the revolt but to get there he would have to cross germany which meant accepting help from the deadliest of russia’s adversaries millions of russians at home were suffering as a result of german aggression and to accept german aid—or even safe passage—would be to betray his homeland germany for its part saw an opportunity to further destabilize russia by allowing lenin and his small group of revolutionaries to return now drawing on a dazzling array of

h e nry h o lt and co oc tober 2016 legends and lies box set the patriots and the real west bill o reilly the ultimate collection of the action-packed #1 new york times bestselling accompaniments to bill o’reilly’s historic docudrama series legends lies the real west and the patriots histo ry uniteds tat e s 19 thcentu ry henry holt and co 10/25/2016 9781250131058 $69.00 $98.00 can multiple copy pack 9.4 in h 7.9 in w in this special edition dual box set the anchor of the o’reilly factor debunks the myths behind two of the most storied eras of our nation’s rich history the american west and the revolutionary war heavily illustrated with spectacular artwork that further brings the history to life and told in gripping and fast paced narrative legends and lies will keep readers on the edge of their seats with new takes on stories you think you know and fresh tales that will astonish you from the alamo to the battle of lexington and concord davy

index 4 3 2 1 a novel paul auster 7 auster paul 4 3 2 1 a novel 7 bill clinton the american presidents series the 42nd president 1993-2001 michael tomasky 5 brown karen the clairvoyants a novel 10 buntin julie marlena a novel 12 chaput charles j strangers in a strange land living the catholic faith in a post-christian world 9 clairvoyants the a novel karen brown 10 fear city new york s fiscal crisis and the rise of austerity politics kimberly phillips-fein 15 get well soon history s worst plagues and the heroes who fought them jennifer wright 8 hanes stephanie white man s game saving animals rebuilding eden and other myths of conservation in africa .17 king coretta scott my life my love my legacy 2 kinzer stephen the true flag theodore roosevelt mark twain and