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A Pocketful of Happiness: A Memoir

An elegant exploration of the profundity of loss. While the memoir will appeal to Grant’s many fans, it may also comfort those struggling with an impending or recent loss.

Staging Emily Dickinson: The History and Enduring Influence of William Luce’s The Belle of Amherst

Bursting with anecdotes, personal stories, and careful research, this is an important contribution to American theater history. Readers who cannot imagine a life without stage performances will thoroughly enjoy this book.

Final Girls

Grant, a pseudonym of Seanan McGuire, has penned a vivid if brief story grounded with strong characterizations and intriguing questions about identity and friendship.

The One Who Loves You

Purchase where additional contemporary romances are needed.

Rich in Your Love

With a good mix of romance, comedy, and redemption, the second “Tickled Pink” story, after The One Who Loves You, is recommended for romance readers who appreciate new beginnings in a small town.

Roots of Film Noir: Precursors from the Silent Era to the 1940s

Between his introductory essay and his reviews, Grant provides an extremely helpful commentary on a major film genre. Film buffs will adore this book.

Game: An Autobiography

For basketball fans and those who bleed Duke blue, but Hill’s autobiography is also a worthy addition to any library’s sports collection as Hill, once a role model on the court, is one off it as well.

Let’s Not Do That Again

A bit lopsided, but fans of television’s Veep may enjoy this political comedy-drama.

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