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Can be a bit dry at times, but you won't find a more thorough history of the garments of women religious anywhere.
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Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania
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This is Erik Larson's power: unless you paid no attention at all in school, you know how this story ends. The ship sinks, and over 1,000 people die. But reading this history (written with such narrative urgency), with all the obvious signs of impendi ...more
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