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The Gilded Edge: Two Audacious Women and the Cyanide Love Triangle That Shook America

This well-organized biography reads almost like historical fiction; readers are reminded that this is a true story when Prendergast inserts her witty intellectual commentary.
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Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves To Walk Outside

A great mix of wit and perceptive observation from travels in the United States and the United Kingdom just before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a surprising amount of history, nature, and ecology thrown in.
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Safe in My Arms

In the spirit of Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies, a fancy California preschool is the perfect stomping ground for intrigue. Lies, jealousy, sex, and money swirl together in this lively escapade.
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Taking Paris: The Epic Battle for the City of Lights

Recommended for self-described history nerds and other general readers interested in World War II or French history.
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Rogues’ Gallery: The Birth of Modern Policing and Organized Crime in Gilded Age New York

Perfect for New York City history buffs or true crime readers, this is a well-rounded work that can fill a few spots.
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Daughters of Sparta

Recommended for fans of Madeline Miller or readers interested in Greek mythology, historical fiction, and women leading characters.

The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet

This is a book about culture, about science and medicine, about Green himself, but really it surpasses these designations. It is essential to the human conversation. John Green whispered the truth of humanity onto the page, and as with all good secrets, you’ll need to lean in closely to hear.

The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice

A thoughtful exploration of the importance of collective memory. It is particularly poignant as 2021 marks the centennial of the massacre. A must-read for all who are interested in how history continues to impact the present.

Unwell Women: Misdiagnosis and Myth in a Man-Made World

An insightful account that is especially recommended for those interested in the history of medicine where it intersects with women's health, as well as readers interested in women's and gender studies.

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