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    Best New England books of 2014

    ALONZO FELIX FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE

    ADAM’S MARK:Writing from the Ox-House

    By Julia Shipley

    Illustrated by Mary Simpson

    Plowboy, 54 pp., paperback, $12

    BOSTON’S CYCLING CRAZE, 1880-1900: A Story of Race, Sport, and Society

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    By Lorenz J. Finison

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    University of Massachusetts,

    312 pp., $24.95

    CAPE COD MODERN: Midcentury Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape

    By Peter McMahon and Christine Cipriani

    Photographs by Raimund Koch

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    Metropolis, 272 pp., $45

    DIRTY OLD BOSTON: Four Decades of a City in Transition

    By Jim Botticelli

    Union Park, 296 pp., $30

    A HOME FOR MR. EMERSON

    By Barbara Kerley

    Illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham

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    Scholastic, 48 pp., ages 8-12, $18.99

    MARTHA’S VINEYARD: A Field Guide to Island Nature

    By Suzan Bellincampi

    Vineyard Stories, 184 pp., $19.95

    THE SUGAR SEASON: A Year in the Life of Maple Syrup, and One Family’s Quest for the Sweetest Harvest

    By Douglas Whynott

    Da Capo, 304 pp., $24.99