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Fifty Shades of Bacon

For some (okay many) of us, bacon stirs something deep down inside, something primal, even sensual — we lust after the stuff. With section titles like "Afternoon Delight," "Multiple Orgasms," and "The Morning Wood," Fifty Shades of Bacon ($12) is packed with enough bacon-related recipes to quench your carnal need for pork. So, if bacon wrapped asparagus with creamy gorgonzola sauce, bacon wrapped maple chicken, and bacon chocolate chip cookies sound like the makings of a fantasy fit for a romance novel, then this one's for you.

  • Practical Duct Tape Projects

    Duct tape may be the greatest fix-it-all invention in existence, but it's also a great material for constructing common, useful items from scratch. Practical Duct Tape Projects ($11) provides detailed, step-by-step instructions for making everything from a magic wallet, to a hammock. The book is divided into several sections — bags and totes, wallets, clothing, tech, home and furniture, and arts and crafts — with over thirty projects to keep you busy. And, since they now make duct tape in nearly every imaginable color, you won't need to sport a messenger bag in shiny silver.

  • Fantasy Life

    We don't have to tell you how huge fantasy sports are — if you spent as much time in the gym as you do working on your lineup, you'd probably be a professional athlete by now. Fantasy Life: The Outrageous, Uplifting, and Heartbreaking World of Fantasy Sports from the Guy Who's Lived It ($21) examines every detail of this widespread pastime, from trophies, and trash talk, to cheating attempts, and enviable draft-day locations, it provides deep insight into why we play. Written for long-time fantasy players and neophytes alike, Matthew Berry (fantasy sports writer for ESPN.com) shares his identifiable story of an obsession that turned into a career.