By People Staff
June 06, 2005 12:00 PM

FOREIGN BABES IN BEIJING by Rachel DeWoskin An intelligent, funny memoir about five years in the fast lane in Beijing, where a producer “discovered” Columbia grad DeWoskin at a party and cast her as a scheming seductress in a popular soap opera.

1776 by David McCullough A superb, fast-paced history of a key year in the Revolutionary War; Pulitzer winner McCullough distills the human drama and makes palpable the gritty realities of battle.

AGAINST DEPRESSION by Peter D. Kramer A psychiatrist and author of Listening to Prozac, Kramer presents a powerful argument against romanticizing (and thus tolerating) depression as “artistic” or “soulful” rather than treating it as a disease.

WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS? by Benilde Little The bestselling author of snappy novels with African-American heroines (Good Hair) writes another diverting story about race, identity and family ties.

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