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Jagged Little Pill

Ardent Morissette fans and Broadway buffs will enjoy this peek behind the curtain.

A Life on Our Planet: My Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future

Attenborough’s iconic sense of narration is present throughout this career biography and testimonial. Longtime devotees as well as newcomers will find much to learn about the man and his mission.

Gordon Ramsay Quick and Delicious: 100 Recipes To Cook in 30 Minutes or Less

For fans of Gordon Ramsay, as well as those looking to up their skills in the kitchen.

The Invention of Sound

Combining straight narrative with excerpts from Blush’s manuscript, Oscarpocalypse Now, Palahniuk’s (Adjustment Day) novel undergirds the ordinary reality of movie production with a horror movie universe possessing curiously biblical overtones, a world where justice ultimately prevails

We Keep the Dead Close: A Murder at Harvard and a Half Century of Silence

Cooper’s suspenseful, intensely intimate work casts a critical lens on institutional misogyny. Sure to appeal to true crime readers, especially fans of Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark.


The Dream Architects: Adventures in the Video Game Industry

Because of the current relative lack of stories by video gamers, this book will not only appeal to gaming enthusiasts, but will make an excellent addition to an academic library's business section. Recommended as well for large public libraries.


The Invitation

The Big Chill meets the board game Clue in this British whodunit. Lies, secrets, and the wonderfully twisted murder game will have readers furiously turning the pages.

The Heir Affair

Angst-filled and bittersweet (sometimes verging a bit more toward the bitter), this engrossing, emotional read sometimes suffers under the weight of Nick and Bex’s (and Freddie’s) unhappiness, yet also expertly immerses readers in the reality of what it means to be married to the heir to the throne. [See Prepub Alert, 12/9/19.]

Lost Souls at the Neptune Inn

Carter (We Were Strangers Once) writes movingly of a time when gender roles were clearly defined and stepping outside the norm was taboo. This title will appeal to women’s fiction and romance readers, and those looking for something a little different. One can’t help fall in love with each character, mourn each loss, cheer their triumphs, and maybe shed a tear or two.

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