Denise Miller

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The Liar: How a Double Agent in the CIA Became the Cold War’s Last Honest Man

Cunningham excels at his research, placing his story against a backdrop of political events through the 1980s as Karel and Hana reach their pinnacle in hedonistic, high society New York, until it all comes crashing down. An intriguing debut.
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The Catch Me If You Can: One Woman’s Journey to Every Country in the World

This travelogue will likely inspire many readers to step outside their comfort zones, follow in Nabongo’s footsteps, and emulate her positive, open-minded worldview.

The World’s Worst Assistant

Conan O’Brien fans will find much to love here.
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Love, Wine, and Other Highs: A Kind of Memoir

Readers of a similar age may relate to Rae’s life experiences and pop culture references (especially Sex and the City), cheering on her candid journey to healing and self-acceptance.

Normal Family: On Truth, Love, and How I Met My 35 Siblings

Eloquently written and compulsively readable, Bilton’s jaw-dropping coming-of-age memoir--and the love and survival found within its pages--is one readers won’t soon forget.
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Regrets of the Dying: Stories and Wisdom That Remind Us How To Live

Readers looking to change the direction of their lives can benefit from Scull’s gentle, conversational approach.

River of the Gods: Genius, Courage, and Betrayal in the Search for the Source of the Nile

It’s been nearly six years since popular Millard published Hero of the Empire, and eager fans and armchair travelers will gladly sign up for this enthralling and heartbreaking adventure.
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Romare Bearden in the Homeland of His Imagination

Like Bearden’s art, Gilmore’s biography pulses with energy and will resonate with readers of Isabel Wilkerson’s The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration.
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Scorpion’s Dance

With a complex cast of characters, Cold War espionage, and tense courtroom drama, Morley’s timely book will appeal to readers seeking an in-depth understanding of both Watergate and CIA history.
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