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Some New Kind of New Kick

Reading Powers’s book is like hanging out with a cool guy with incredible stories to tell.
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Rickey: The Life and Legend of an American Original

Bryant brings a historian’s perspective to the life of Rickey Henderson, with great success.
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The Times They Were A-Changin’: 1964—The Year the Sixties Arrived and the Battle Lines of Today Were Drawn

Despite its flaws, McElvaine’s book will be enjoyable for readers who like popular history, and particularly for Baby Boomers feeling wistful about the past.
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The School that Escaped the Nazis: The True Story of the Schoolteacher Who Defied Hitler

Cadbury’s captivating book enhances an already voluminous body of WWII writing and is a testament to the best humanity has to offer. It has the potential to be a book club favorite.
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Codex Metallum: The Secret Art of Metal Decoded

This browsable, lavish title will circulate well in collections with lots of fans of rock music and art.
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Confess: The Autobiography

Rock fans will naturally enjoy this book, but it is also a significant contribution to LGBTQIA+ nonfiction.
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Right Place, Right Time: The Life of a Rock & Roll Photographer

Rock fans will devour this narrative and find its “you are there” style eminently palpable.
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Operation Chastise: The RAF’s Most Brilliant Attack of World War II

Readers of military history will find much to enjoy in this brisk, propulsive read that keeps the pages turning without sacrificing detail.
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