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12 Men for Christmas by Ashley, Phillipa. 12 Men for Christmas

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Dec 21, 2020
150 Glimpses of the Beatles by Brown, Craig. 150 Glimpses of the Beatles

-- The Spectator Though fifty years have passed since the breakup of the Beatles, the fab four continue to occupy an utterly unique place in popular culture. Their influence extends far beyond music and into realms as diverse as fashion and fine art, sexual politics and religion. When they appeared on -- Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret When actress Eleanor Bron touched down at Heathrow with the Beatles, she thought that a flock of starlings had alighted on the roof of the terminal—on

Jan 5, 2021
A Basket of Deplorables What I Saw Inside the Clinton White House by Tripp, Linda. A Basket of Deplorables What I Saw Inside the Clinton White House

A compelling insider's look at a political marriage that tore apart the nation and almost destroyed a presidency—from the woman who saw it all happen. In this brilliantly written behind-the-scenes account, Linda Tripp along with her co-author, Dennis Carstens, shares her side of the Clinton White House sex scandals for the first time—detailing the behavior of two very flawed people who fooled a nation: Bill Clinton, a sexual predator, and his wife, Hillary, who was his primary enabler. In this e

Dec 21, 2020
A Deadly Education A Novel by Novik, Naomi. A Deadly Education A Novel

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Dec 21, 2020
A Demon-Haunted Land Witches, Wonder Doctors, and the Ghosts of the Past in Post–WWII Germany by Black, Monica. A Demon-Haunted Land Witches, Wonder Doctors, and the Ghosts of the Past in Post–WWII Germany

-- A Demon-Haunted Land places in full view the toxic mistrust, profound bitterness, and spiritual malaise that unfolded alongside the economic miracle. Drawing on previously unpublished archival materials, acclaimed historian Monica Black argues that the surge of supernatural obsessions stemmed from the unspoken guilt and shame of a nation remarkably silent about what was euphemistically called "the most recent past." This shadow history irrevocably changes our view of postwar Germany, revealin

Dec 21, 2020
A Friend for Henry by Bailey, Jenn. A Friend for Henry

In Classroom Six, second left down the hall, Henry has been on the lookout for a friend. A friend who shares. A friend who listens. Maybe even a friend who likes things to stay the same and all in order, as Henry does. But on a day full of too close and too loud, when nothing seems to go right, will Henry ever find a friend—or will a friend find him? With insight and warmth, this heartfelt story from the perspective of a boy on the autism spectrum celebrates the everyday magic of friendship.

Dec 21, 2020
A Lover's Discourse by Guo, Xiaolu. A Lover's Discourse

-- is an exploration of romantic love told through fragments of conversations between the two lovers. Playing with language and the cultural differences that her narrator encounters as she settles into life in post-Brexit vote Britain, the lovers must navigate their differences and their romance, whether on their unmoored houseboat or in a cramped and stifling apartment in east London. Suffused with a wonderful sense of humor, this intimate and tender novel asks what it means to make a home and

Dec 21, 2020
A Memory Called Empire by Martine, Arkady. A Memory Called Empire

-- An NPR Favorite Book of 2019A -- A fascinating space opera debut novel, Arkady Martine's -- And coming soon, the brilliant sequel, A Desolation Called Peace At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Jan 5, 2021
A Most Beautiful Thing The True Story of America's First All-Black High School Rowing Team by Cooper, Arshay. A Most Beautiful Thing The True Story of America's First All-Black High School Rowing Team

-- A Most Beautiful Thing is the inspiring true story about the most unlikely band of brothers that form a family, and forever change a sport and their lives for the better.

Dec 21, 2020
A Song for a New Day by Pinsker, Sarah. A Song for a New Day

WINNER OF THE NEBULA AWARD After a global pandemic makes public gatherings illegal and concerts impossible, except for those willing to break the law for the love of music—and for one chance at human connection. In the Before, when the government didn't prohibit large public gatherings, Luce Cannon was on top of the world. One of her songs had just taken off and she was on her way to becoming a star. Now, in the After, terror attacks and deadly viruses have led the government to ban concerts, a

Jan 5, 2021
A Year of Everyday Wonders by Klein, Cheryl B.. A Year of Everyday Wonders

From first haircut to first ice-cream cone, each year brings a new cycle of experiences   With each new year come countless little wonders. From the highs—first snowfall, first new umbrella, first beach trip—to the lows—first missed bus, first lost umbrella, first sunburn— every year older means another cycle of everyday experiences. In their clever, playful, observant picture book, acclaimed author Cheryl B. Klein and illustrator Qin Leng explore many truths of childhood through a calendar

Dec 21, 2020
Acid for the Children A Memoir by Flea. Acid for the Children A Memoir

-- The Atlantic Acid for the Children New York Times

Jan 5, 2021
All Fires the Fire by Cortázar, Julio; Levine, Suzanne Jill. All Fires the Fire

-- Blow-upA traffic jam outside Paris lasts for weeks. Che Guevara and Fidel Castro meet on a mountaintop during the Cuban Revolution. A flight attendant becomes obsessed with a small Greek island, resulting in a surreal encounter with death. In All Fires the Fire, Julio Cortázar (author of Hopscotch and the short story "Blow-Up" ) creates his own mindscapes beyond space and time, where lives intersect for brief moments and situations break and refract. All Fires the Fire contains some of Julio

Jan 5, 2021
All the Colors of Night by Krentz, Jayne Ann. All the Colors of Night

Two psychics plunge into a dark world of deadly secrets in this second installment of the Fogg Lake trilogy by New York Times   North Chastain possesses a paranormal talent that gives him the ability to track down the most dangerous psychic criminals. When his father suddenly falls into a coma-like state, North is convinced it was caused by a deadly artifact that traces back to the days of a secret government program known only as the Bluestone Project. North knows his only hope of saving his

Jan 5, 2021
An Indiana Christmas by Unknown. An Indiana Christmas

Imagine a moonlit railroad track, a rural road and barn covered with just a dusting of snow, a hound dog asleep by the woodstove, and a Red Ryder BB gun hidden behind the tinseled tree—all the makings of an unforgettable Indiana Christmas. In An Indiana ChristmasA Christmas StoryAn Indiana Christmas paints a picture of what Hoosiers truly hold dear. Family, love, giving, hope, and faith shine through these poignant stories, which are sure to put you in good spirits for the holidays.

Dec 21, 2020
An Inventory of Losses by Schalansky, Judith. An Inventory of Losses

-- Atlas of Remote Islands -- -- An Inventory of Losses      With meticulous research and a vivid awareness of why we should care about these losses, Judith Schalansky, the acclaimed author of Atlas of Remote Islands, lets these objects speak for themselves: she ventriloquizes the tone of other sources, burrows into the language of contemporaneous accounts, and deeply interrogates the very notion of memory.

Dec 21, 2020
An Outsider's Guide to Humans What Science Taught Me About What We Do and Who We Are by Pang, Camilla. An Outsider's Guide to Humans What Science Taught Me About What We Do and Who We Are

-- An Outsider's Guide to Humans- How machine learning can help us sift through data and make more rational decisions - How proteins form strong bonds, and what they teach us about embracing individual differences to form diverse groups - Why understanding thermodynamics is the key to seeking balance over seeking perfection - How prisms refracting light can keep us from getting overwhelmed by our fears and anxieties, breaking them into manageable and separate "wavelengths" Pang's unique perspec

Dec 21, 2020
Anonymous A Madison Kelly Mystery by Breck, Elizabeth. Anonymous A Madison Kelly Mystery

-- Stop investigating me, or I will hunt you down and kill you. The girls went missing, two years apart, after a night at the clubs in San Diego's famed Gaslamp Quarter, and Madison had been probing the internet for clues. She discovers that someone has been one step ahead of her, monitoring her tweets to prevent her from getting too close. Soon Madison's investigation brings up more questions than answers: are the disappearances connected? Are the girls dead or did they just walk away from th

Dec 21, 2020
BE 2.0 (Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0) Turning Your Business into an Enduring Great Company by Collins, Jim. BE 2.0 (Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0) Turning Your Business into an Enduring Great Company

-- Beyond Entrepreneurship What's the roadmap to create a company that not only survives its infancy but thrives, changing the world for decades to come? Nine years before the publication of his epochal bestseller Good to Great Beyond Entrepreneurship BE 2.0 The book includes the original text of Beyond Entrepreneurship, as well as four new chapters and fifteen new essays. BE 2.0 pulls together the key concepts across Collins' thirty years of research into one integrated framework called The

Dec 21, 2020
Bear Necessity A Novel by Gould-Bourn, James. Bear Necessity A Novel

-- Bear Necessity is a refreshingly unpretentious and ultimately uplifting story of a father and son reconnecting in the most unlikely of circumstances.

Dec 21, 2020