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Kin

Rodenberg writes with an evocative and unflinching style, despite sometimes jarring shifts in narrative. This is a richly nuanced portrait of people and place, along with the bounds of forgiveness. Good for biography readers eager to explore the complexities of family relationships, or readers interested in women’s lives in Appalachia.

The Age of Acrimony: How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865–1915

This compelling history of a time that mirrors our own will be enjoyed by readers interested in American history and politics.
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The Mysteries

Silver (Mary Coin; Little Nothing) paints an evocative picture of the early ’70s. This compelling domestic drama, with heartbreak at its center, depicts the everyday mysteries that lead up to the big one
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The Unreasonable Virtue of Fly Fishing

The author’s love of fly fishing is obvious, but this latest book is for limited audience.

Zorrie

During an early scene, Zorrie and her friends toss flakes of radium paint into the air and stare with wonder at its seemingly miraculous glow. Through an ordinary life of hard work and simple pleasures, Zorrie comes to learn the real wonder is life itself. A quiet, beautifully done, and memorable novel.

The Musical Human: A History of Life on Earth

With humorous and concise prose, Spitzer makes a convincing case for the irreducible musical properties of human beings.
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Craft: An American History

The history of craft is framed as the history of America in a dense compendium. A comprehensive volume perfect for academic use or ambitious novice readers.
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The Mask Falling

Existing fans will cheer, while those new to the series should absolutely start with book one.
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Sylvia Pankhurst: Natural Born Rebel

Pankhurst's life is ripe for discovery by new readers and a younger generation. However, this biography is often so dense that her story often gets lost within its pages.

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