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Day 7: Books by Award-Winning Authors

Today we're toasting history's greatest scribes with a sale on books by award-winning authors.

Retrace the Union Army's victory at Gettysburg through the words of a celebrated Civil War historian; explore the bustling streets of the Big Apple with famed journalist Jimmy Breslin as your guide; partner up with a Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative journalist as he exposes police corruption in the 1970s.

These books and more are on sale today only, starting at $2.99.

UPDATE: These deals have expired. Check out the 12 Days of Deals main page for a new day of deals.

Buy Buddy Boys at Amazon

Buddy Boys

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In Buddy Boys, Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative journalist Mike McAlary blows the doors off one of the worst scandals ever to taint New York’s uniformed guardians, the men and women sworn to protect and serve the populace.

Deal Price: $2.99

Buy Charles Sumner and the Rights of Man at Amazon

Charles Sumner and the Rights of Man

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Authoritative and engrossing, Charles Sumner and the Rights of Man captures a fascinating political figure at the height of his powers and brings a tumultuous period in American history to vivid life.

Deal Price: $2.99

Charles Sumner and the Rights of Man

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Buy Glory Road at Amazon

Glory Road

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The saga of a nation divided—from the Union Army’s disaster at Fredericksburg to its triumph at Gettysburg—by a Pulitzer Prize–winning Civil War chronicler.

Deal Price: $2.99

Buy The World of Jimmy Breslin at Amazon

The World of Jimmy Breslin

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This collection includes some of Jimmy Breslin’s most famous early writing. Here are the unforgettable New Yorkers Sam Silverware and Larry Lightfingers, the celebrated interview with President Kennedy’s gravedigger, and the classic “People I’m Not Talking To Next Year.” But the most important voice here is Breslin’s—as vibrant as ever.

Deal Price: $2.99

The World of Jimmy Breslin

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Buy Liberty and Union at Amazon

Liberty and Union

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Riveting, illuminating, and provocative, Liberty and Union sheds a brilliant light on a half-century of US history and addresses a perennial problem of democratic societies all over the world: how to reconcile majority rule and minority rights.

Deal Price: $2.99

Buy In Mortal Combat at Amazon

In Mortal Combat

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In Mortal Combat is comprehensive in it discussion of events deemed controversial, such as American brutality against Korean civilians and allegations of American use of biological warfare. Author John Toland tells the dramatic account of the Korean War from start to finish, from the appalling experience of its POWs to Mao’s prediction of MacArthur’s Inchon invasion.

Deal Price: $2.99

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Published on 09 Dec 2017

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