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* * * Gregg Herken Brotherhood of the Bomb US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Owl, 2003 (2002) Hardcover, Paperback
'The Tangled Lives and Loyalties of Robert Oppenheimer, Ernest Lawrence, and Edward Teller'; a tragi-comic morality tale on the conflict between science and politics. (WW)

* * * Eleanor Herman Sex with the Queen: 900 Years of Vile Kings, Virile Loves, and Passionate Politics US Orders
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Review William Morrow, 2007 (2007) Hardcover, e-Book
From Queen Judith of the Franks to England's Princess Diana, Herman does an exemplary job of showing the personal and political tragedies that can occur when a female royal finds love outside of the home. (LF)

* * * Stephen Herrero Bear Attacks: Their Causes and Avoidance US Orders
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Review McClelland & Stewart, 2009 (1985) Softcover
This revised edition is based on the author's 'seventeen years of research and scientific analysis of detailed records of 414 bear-human interactions, 357 of which involved injury or aggression'. (HW)

* * * George Herriman Krazy & Ignatz 1931-1932: A Kat a'lilt with Song US Orders
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Review Fantagraphics, 2004 (2004) Softcover
Herriman's black and white Krazy & Ignatz comic strips, published from 1931-1932 (edited by Bill Blackbeard and Derya Ataker). (HW)

* * * George Herriman Krazy & Ignatz 1939-1940: A Brick Stuffed with Moom-bins US Orders
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Review Fantagraphics, 2007 (2007) Softcover
Before there was Itchy and Scratch - even before there was Tom and Jerry - there was Krazy and Ignatz, an antagonistic duo who had readers laughing from one generation to the next. (LE)