Abrams, Dan

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Kennedy’s Avenger: Assassination, Conspiracy, and the Forgotten Trial of Jack Ruby

This account makes the trial accessible and presents Ruby sympathetically, as a man victimized by lawyerly theatrics, a media hungry for a conviction, and a nation grieving over the loss of Kennedy. The book will fascinate nonfiction courtroom drama readers and JFK assassination buffs still looking for a conspiracy link between Oswald and Ruby.

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While Justice Sleeps

Although it’s not successful as a thriller, the book’s plethora of women role models, including a chief justice, and its “inside DC” look at political skullduggery make Abrams’s novel a well-informed political and legal narrative.
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Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus: Profiles in Architecture and Design

Long-form, tangy treats for all observers.

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Our Time Is Now: Power, Purpose, and the Fight for a Fair America

Insight into Abrams and her personal and political journey are the main strengths of this important book. Those not familiar with U.S. voting history will find it to be especially informative.
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Obama: An Oral History

An excellent starting point to gaining an inside perspective on the Obama presidency.
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Stanley Kubrick: New York Jewish Intellectual

To approach this work without knowing Kubrick's major films, oy vey! For film enthusiasts and Kubrick fans, Peter Bailey's Critical Insights: Stanley Kubrick flies above this thematically burdened work.
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First Ladies of the Republic: Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Dolley Madison, and the Creation of an Iconic American Role

With compelling storytelling and impeccable research, this is a must for all public, private, and university libraries with large early American history collections.
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All the Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of The Wire®

Building upon Rafael Alvarez's The Wire: Truth Be Told, the author further underscores the reasons why the show is often referred to as the greatest of all time.
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Seduced by Mrs. Robinson: How "The Graduate" Became the Touchstone of a Generation

Highly recommended for serious cineastes and fans. [See Prepub Alert, 5/15/17.]
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