Bookmarks: Recently released nonfiction books

Published: Saturday, June 2 2012 2:00 p.m. MDT

Also included is a reference to the Sept. 19, 2009, game of capture the flag at Brigham Young University that was believed to be the largest game of its kind with 1,281 students running around a 40-acre course using glow lights to see.

More paperback books recently released:

"LEMONS AND LAVENDER: The Eco Guide to Better Housekeeping," by Billee Sharp (nf): Includes ideas on freecycling, budget-savvy tips to lowering household expenses and living a bit more creatively, along with tips on fixing what you have, like repairing a wet cell phone and broken remote controls.

"YOU ARE WHAT YOU WEAR: What Your Clothes Say About You," by Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner (nf): This psychologist looks at what drives wardrobe choices, from overshopping to showing too much skin to dressing your age.

"THE NATURE PRINCIPLE: Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age," by Richard Louv (nf): Divided into five sections, Richard Louv looks at nature-deficit disorder in adults and tips to reconnect with nature.

"LOVE HER TO DEATH: The True Story of a Millionaire Businessman, His Gorgeous Wife and the Divorce that Ended in Murder," by John Glatt (nf): Darren Mack had a picture-perfect family, but when he was introduced to swinging, his wife didn't like the lifestyle and filed for a divorce. The only person he hated more than his wife was the family court judge.


"JACKIE, ETHEL, JOAN: Women of Camelot," by J. Randy Taraborrelli (nf); "KNOWING YOUR VALUE: Women, Money and Getting What You're Worth," by Mike Brzezinski (nf); "SALVAGE THE BONES," by Jesmyn Ward (nf); "THE IMMORTALIZATION COMMISSION: Science and the Strange Quest to Cheat Death," by John Gray (nf); "BYE-AND-BYE: Selected Late Poems," by Charles Wright (nf); "MASSIVE: The Missing Particle that Sparked the Greatest Hunt in Science," by Ian Sample (nf)

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