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Personal Recommendations from Belk Library and Information Commons' Students, Staff, and Librarians. Double click items to find in our library.
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Why are NFL quarterbacks so good-looking? Why do the best players make the worst coaches? This is an entertaining and illuminating look at the psychology of sports.-Suzanne Wise, Collection Management Librarian

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Dark and delicious tale of Edgar Allan Poe, his young and sickly wife Virginia, and his mistress Frances Osgood. A beautifully crafted page-turning novel based on fact, this book leaves the reader trying to decide who is really the villain and who is the victim. -Suzanne Wise, Curator of the Stock Car Racing Collection

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David Letterman once said, "The road to the White House runs through me." Find out why Stephen Colbert and other political humorists may have more influence than you thought. -Suzanne Wise, Curator of the Stock Car Racing Collection

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About an Ethiopian immigrant in DC, Sepha, who runs a small convenience store. A rich white woman with a mixed race daughter buys the dilapidated house next to him, starting gentrification of the neighborhood. Sepha comes to love the eleven year old neighbor like the daughter he never had: she becomes the marker for all he has missed in life fleeing Ethiopia during the Red Terror. The title is from Dante’s Inferno, a line from when they emerge from hell. -Megan Johnson, E-learning Librarian

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A book for people who love books.- Lynn Patterson, University Program Associate

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From the long running PBS series "The Woodwrights Shop's" Roy Underhill, comes this fantastic novel. he story follows Calvin Cobb, a low level government employee in the 1930's who inadvertently becomes America's first Radio Woodworker. With the help of his four WWI female veterans he goes on a wild adventure on his way to success. Not just for woodworkers this book is a great read, both fun and entertaining!- Jason Stamper, Circulation Services Manager

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Looking for your next dystopian trilogy? Give Atwood's Oryx and Crake trilogy a read. This is the third and final book in the trilogy and is filled with clever satire and nuanced characters.- Mollie Peuler, IL Librarian

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If you like beer, if you spend hours talking about different brews with your friends, this book is for you. Pullup a barstool and enjoy a celebration of five thousand years of beer.- Suzanne Wise, Curator of the Stock Car Racing Collection

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A surprisingly amazing sequel to the Shining. Such a nice change from the Dark Tower series..boo..- Kelly Mac, Distance Education Librarian

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Excitement, drama and daring feats all from one of America's finest naturalists. Good fun!- John Doherty, Materials Processing Supervisor

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