Title: Northwest Bookshelf
Author: Staff Writer
Publication: Seattle PI News
FREDERICK & NELSON: Ann Wendell, Arcadia Publishing, 127 pages, $21.99. A Seattle writer with long family ties to the subject of her book compiles a nostalgic look at the late great Seattle department store in historic photos (mostly) and admiring words.
THE 10 BIG LIES ABOUT AMERICA: Michael Medved, Crown Forum, 262 pages, $26.95. The popular nationally syndicated conservative radio commentator, who lives on Mercer Island, sets out to correct what he sees as mistaken notions about the United States, including that "America was founded on genocide against Native Americans."
A WALLFLOWER CHRISTMAS: Lisa Kleypas, St. Martin's Press, 213 pages, $16.95. A best-selling Bellingham romance writer continues her popular "Wallflower" series set in Regency England with a holiday tale that focuses on the efforts of four married women to set up a bridal match for a roguish new arrival from America.