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The Dig

Burt’s (My Father Married Your Mother) humdrum mystery never builds up enough steam to keep readers involved.
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Symphony of Secrets

Slocumb’s second novel (following The Violin Conspiracy) is an improbable but fun mystery that will attract fans of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code (a lot of readers, in other words).

The Rescue

For lovers of quality crime fiction; Parker (Then She Vanished) never disappoints.
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Picasso the Foreigner: An Artist in France, 1900–1973

This hydra of a book, one head assessing Picasso’s art, the other looking at how he negotiated his position in France in politically tense times, is strongly recommended to all Picasso enthusiasts.

Dancing Down the Barricades: Sammy Davis Jr. and the Long Civil Rights Era

A subtle, insightful book likely to be on many readers’ radar for its nuanced look at the consequences of a racial divide with roots that, as Jacobson makes clear, are longstanding, systemic, and institutional.
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The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records: A Great Migration Story, 1917–1932

Lively and informative, this book will appeal beyond lovers of these musical genres.
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Follow Me to Hell: McNelly’s Texas Rangers and the Rise of Frontier Justice

Primarily for lovers of Western history.
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The Way We Were: The Making of a Romantic Classic

This study of the iconic 1973 film will fly off the library shelves.
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