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The Boys from Biloxi

Fans of Grisham will enjoy this compelling mystery that delves into Biloxi’s gritty side and ends with a poignant twist.

Bad Jews: A History of American Jewish Politics and Identities

Tamkin’s conclusion that Jews are so diverse that they cannot be categorized, and in fact, there are no “bad Jews,” resonates. While her study could have benefited from a deeper, more scholarly approach, this work should ignite conversations on both sides of the aisle.

Signal Fires

This novel, delving into the thoughts of the characters and reflecting on the bonds that connect all people, is an excellent fit for fans of Mary Beth Keane’s Ask Again, Yes or Ethan Joella’s A Little Hope.

Bibi: My Story

Patrons interested in modern Middle Eastern history, the back channels of diplomacy and negotiations, and the life of Israel’s longest-serving prime minister will be riveted by this audio presentation.

Jewish Soldiers in the Civil War: The Union Army

History buffs who are interested in a comprehensive statistical analysis of the numbers of Jewish soldiers who fought in the Civil War and their personal stories, both factual and legendary, will find much to ponder here.

The Widowmaker

This first installment in Morrissey’s (Hello, Transcriber) “Black Harbor” series should appeal to listeners who enjoy intriguing murder mysteries, complex characters, and gripping, twisty plots.

Going Rogue: Rise and Shine Twenty-Nine

Fans of Stephanie Plum and patrons who want a laugh-out-loud listen will be enchanted.

All Dressed Up

A delightful romp of a mystery, à la Knives Out. Mystery and relationship fans who played Clue as children will be entranced.

Rising Tiger

A winner for Scot Harvath fans, and engaging enough that new listeners may also enjoy following Scot’s dangerous and exciting exploits.

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