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The Profession: A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America

A candid, even-handed account that is highly recommended for popular collections. A natural fit for libraries where The Turnaround circulated well.

The Penguin Book of the Modern American Short Story

This anthology sets itself apart by providing an inclusive starting point for readers interested in discovering the power of the short story; it is golden for those who already recognize that power.

Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power

A long overdue history offering a behind-the-scenes look at one of the world’s leading financial institutions. Recommended for public and academic library readers.
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Pappyland: A Story of Family, Fine Bourbon, and the Things That Last

A sure bet for whiskey enthusiasts (novices could pair it with Eddie Ludlow’s Whiskey: A Tasting Course), this highly recommended biography has broad appeal for its heartwarming insights on the importance of family.
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The Haunting of Alma Fielding: A True Ghost Story

Likely to appeal to readers of ghost stories and psychology alike, this well-researched chronicle pulls directly from firsthand accounts, interviews, news articles, séances, photographs, and other sources to provide as comprehensive a view as possible from this side of history.
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Tangled Up in Blue: Policing the American City

Blending memoir with sharp commentary on social justice issues, Brooks’s empathetic work is ideal for readers curious about policing and police reform in the United States.
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The Zoologist’s Guide to the Galaxy: What Animals on Earth Reveal about Aliens–And Ourselves

A highly entertaining, science-based consideration of what alien life might be like.
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The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song

Readers of American religious and African American history will not want to miss this title.
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The Empathy Diaries

This genre-bending memoir is recommended for readers interested in Turkle’s work or in the interplay between technology and self.
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