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This book is highly recommended for basketball fans. Fans of Grisham will also enjoy this latest display of storytelling prowess, even if the technical basketball aspects aren’t as appreciated.

Prodigal Son

Recommended for fans of the thriller genre; certainly a must-read for fans of Hurwitz.


The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War

An essential listen for spy genre fans and anyone interested in the Cold War. ["Fans of narrative nonfiction, the Cold War, spy stories...and Macintyre's previous works will greatly enjoy this incredible true account": LJ 9/1/18 starred review of the Crown hc.]

Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations

A must-listen for those interested in sociology, political science, and history. ["Chua's inquiry is a potentially useful one in an era of violent, reactionary white nationalism": LJ 2/1/18 review of the Penguin Pr. hc.]

What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism

This book has appeal to everyone, with some added interest for Rather fans and those interested in American history. ["Rather's writing exudes warmth and humility": LJ 12/17 review of the Algonquin hc.]

Crunch Time: How To Be Your Best When It Matters Most

A great book for fans of self-help works, especially positive thinking titles such as Rhonda Byrne's The Secret.

Dawn of Infamy: A Sunken Ship, a Vanished Crew, and the Final Mystery of Pearl Harbor

A must for those interested in military history or maritime topics. ["Will appeal to nautical and military historians alike": LJ 9/15/16 review of the Da Capo hc.]

After the Cheering Stops: An NFL Wife's Story of Concussions, Loss, and the Faith That Saw Her Through

A must-listen for fans of similar titles, such as Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru's League of Denial and those following the concussion crisis in sports.

My Own Words

A must listen for "Notorious RBG" fans, individuals in the legal field, and those interested in political history. ["Should be required reading for first-year law students and for the rest of us as well": LJ 10/15/16 review of the S. & S. hc.]

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