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    “Alexander Tumanov has given us a moving, intimate account, illuminating many underexplored facets of Soviet life, musical and otherwise.” —Peter Schmelz, author of Such Freedom, If Only Musical

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    “The cumulative effect of the authors’ expertise on campaign music makes this book a tour-de-force.” —Nancy S. Love, author of Musical Democracy

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    This book illuminates the foundations of Cape Horn’s natural history that oriented Charles Darwin’s 1831-1836 explorations and his ideas on evolution.

     

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    “This book is an outstanding resource for patients, family members, and clinicians who are facing the challenges of hereditary cancer.” —Dr. Allison W. Kurian, Director, Women’s Clinical Cancer Genetics Program, Stanford University School of Medicine

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    “Owen McLeod's Dream Kitchen is a debut of startling originality, alive with both the relentless sadness and unlikely beauty of strip-mall America."—Mark Wagenaar, author of Voodoo Inverso

     

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    “This is a significant contribution to the field. Schrantz’s account is well written and provides enough color to interest the general reader.” —Richard Faulkner, author of Pershing’s Crusaders: The American Soldier in World War I

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    “This memoir is unique in that it addresses the Marine Corps ‘guy in back’ perspective of a weapon systems operator. It is insightful, informative, and entertaining.” —Earl H. Tilford, author of Crosswinds: The Air Force in Vietnam

     

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    “A valuable and significant addition to the historiography of the war.”—James Willbanks, author of Abandoning Vietnam and The Tet Offensive

     

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    “The tales of the legends of Silver Creek glitter with unexpected gems.” —Gene Fowler, author of Mavericks: A Gallery of Texas Characters

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    “An honest and inspiring tale of dogged determination in the face of adversity.” —LtCol Waldo Waldman, author of Never Fly Solo
     

UNT Press publishes two books this month. 

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