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Love Behind Bars: The True Story of an American Prisoner’s Wife

A poignant work that puts a human face on the injustices of the legal system, best read after completing Billy’s powerful insider account of his mistreatment in prison.

Future Minds: The Rise of Intelligence, from the Big Bang to the End of the Universe

Futurists and sf readers may be interested in portrayals of a universe yet to come, while humanities or social science instructors could use this theoretical book as the basis for classroom discussion about the potential consequences of technological progress.

The Boy Who Felt Too Much: How a Renowned Neuroscientist and His Son Changed Our Image of Autism Forever

Wagner does an exceptional job of mixing biography with complex yet accessible neuroscience. Essential for parents, educators, physicians, and specialists working with children of all ages.


Inspired by the life of Mary Bryant (1765–94), Keneally’s solo debut (after the “Monsarrat Trilogy,” coauthored with her father, Thomas Keneally) is not the first to fictionalize Bryant’s story. However, this novel’s strength is chronicling the horrors convicts experienced during transport, the desperate environment awaiting them in Australia, and the daring navigation of an unknown coastline.


Embers of Childhood: Growing Up a Whitney

Though well written, this honest memoir of a privileged life will likely most appeal to those interested in the Whitneys. The specificity of its subject matter reaching a somewhat limited audience.


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