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Into the Heart of the Country

By Pauline Holdstock (HarperCollins, $19)

THIS historical novel explores the relationship between the English fur traders in northern Manitoba and the native women on whom they relied on for their survival.

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Into the Heart of the Country

By Pauline Holdstock (HarperCollins, $19)

THIS historical novel explores the relationship between the English fur traders in northern Manitoba and the native women on whom they relied on for their survival.

Deep Future

By Curt Stager (HarperCollins, $19)

THE American paleoclimatologist looks at how today's environmental decisions will affect the next 100,000 years of life on Earth.

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By Joshua Foer (Penguin, $17)

THE American science journalist documents his compelling journey as a participant in the U.S. Memory Championship.

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