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N.W. history, America in the Middle East, dating after 50
New from Northwest authors: Lewis and Clark and the Nez Perce, America in the Middle East, werewolves and dating aftter 50.
“Lewis And Clark Among The Nez Perce” by Allen V. Pinkham and Steven R. Evans (University of Oklahoma Press, $29.95). The authors, historians of the Nez Perce Indians with Washington education ties, reveal insights from what Lewis and Clark learned from and wrote about their Nez Perce hosts.
“Shifting Sands” by Joel S. Migdal (Columbia University Press, $35). Migdal, the Robert F. Philip Professor of International Studies at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the UW, gives an analysis of the American role in the Middle East over the past seven decades.
“Reflected” by Rhiannon Held (Tor/Forge, $15.99). This urban-fantasy novel, the third tale in a series, looks into the secret lives of werewolf packs that live and hunt along humans. Held, an archaeologist, lives near Seattle.
“Dating After 50 for Dummies ” by Pepper Schwartz (Wiley, $19.99). Schwartz, professor of sociology at the UW, dispenses advice and tips on how to look for and find Mr. or Mrs. Right — even past the half-century mark.